Monash Professional Pathways is proud to present ‘Industry Insights’ – an afternoon of invaluable graduate advice and networking.
Come along to network and listen to our panel of accomplished professionals offer advice on employability, industry trends and what organisations seek in new graduates.
Lunch will be served during the event.
Our special guests for the afternoon are:
- Lou Zoanetti - Lou currently works at Monash College as the Associate Director, Internships and Employer Liaison. In this role, she manages a team of Placement specialist to deliver high-quality internship placements for approximately 2000 interns annually. Lou was formally with National Australia Bank where she lead the talent management strategy for all student/graduate programs and was responsible for the end-to-end management of the NAB Enterprise Graduate Program.
- Patrick Christian - Patrick is the Compliance Manager for FCA Australia. Prior to that, Patrick has worked for Deloitte in the US; Philip Morris International in Indonesia, Enrst & Young in Perth; and recently with General Motors Holden in Melbourne. Patrick earned his degree with Honours from the Indiana University – Bloomington, where he was a recipient of the Indiana University Faculty Scholarship. Recently, he received his MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management - UNSW.
- Shivali Nayak - Shivali Nayak is a multiplatform digital producer, developing content through digital, visual and audio mediums. She is the content and product manager for ABC International’s English language learning service, creating content and leading the strategy for Australia Plus Learn English, which has one of the largest social media communities in Australia. Formerly with CNBC International, she was producing TV features and was part of live programming teams covering business news for the Asia Pacific region.
This event is relevant for current Professional Year students, as well as graduates and young professionals in Accounting, Finance, Business, IT, Media, and International Business.
Note: If you are a current professional year student, we recommend that you attend events like this to improve your graduate employability. In some instances, you may be able to meet the ACS and/or EEA's 'non-technical, workplace events' requirements.