About this Event
We are very excited to announce our first sponsored event by StudyAdelaide!
Join us for an insightful evening as three amazing women share their experience of starting a new life in Adelaide. Whether you are struggling with finding a job, making friends or forming a community, these ladies will share both their successes and the difficulties they've faced, providing valuable insights and inspiration for anyone beginning a new life in this wonderful city.
Cintia Fiore, Student Engagement & Events Coordinator, StudyAdelaide
Orginally from Argentina, Cintia is a dynamic Marketing and Communications professional, passionate about delivering exceptional results. With over 9 years of experience, she has developed a deep understanding of communication strategies, digital marketing, social media, public relations campaigns, and stakeholder engagement. Working in the International Education space and also having studied in Adelaide, Cintia has so much to share!
Alex Nguyen, StudyAdelaide Student Ambassador
Alex is a Data Analyst from Vietnam. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Data Science, Data Analytics at the University of Adelaide. Alex took the opportunity to volunteer as Student Ambassador at StudyAdelaide. Similar to many of you, Alex worked in her home Country Vietnam in market research and marketing/ events with global and local businesses before making the move to Adelaide.
Seshnie Taylor, Startup Success & Community Manager, Stone and Chalk
Seshnie was born in South Africa but raised in the UK. She is an international professional who has worked in the UK, France, Bolivia, China and now Australia.
Seshni was the CEO and co-founder of SpeakSpeak! A languages tutoring company which I founded in Shanghai in early 2017. After completing my French and Chinese joint Hons languages degree from the University of Nottingham UK, I moved to China to complete my Masters in International Relations and found my own company. Since I ran SpeakSpeak for 4 years in China, I learned and developed many diverse skills from; business development, digital marketing, public speaking, leadership to stakeholder management skills and more in Mandarin Chinese, French and of course, English.
Facilitated by Kimberly Goh, Founder and Organiser of Migrant Women Professional Network.
This is a great opportunity for new arrivals, migrant and international students to join us! Don't miss the chance to meet women from Migrant Women Professional Network!
Drinks and canapes will be provided.
StudyAdelaide x Migrant Women Professional Network
Check out our website: www.migrantwomenprofessionalnetwork.com
LinkedIn Group: Migrant Women Professional Network
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The Gallery, 30 Waymouth Street, Adelaide, Australia