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Academic Board Candidates' Statements

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Alice DI PASQUALE

Alice is seeking election to the Deakin University Academic Board because she believes she will bring a broad range of experience and knowledge to the role, having worked in Divisional and Faculty roles at Deakin University over the past 18 years. Alice is currently the Faculty General Manager in the Faculty of Arts and Education and also brings a student perspective as she is currently undertaking a Master of Business Administration. Her experience in Higher Education will be a benefit to the Board and Alice looks forward to robust discussion on issues facing Deakin and the sector.

Virginie HOAREAU

Virginie Hoareau began her career as a graduate of Deakin, at a leading multinational company as a Group Accountant. Virginie has worked in numerous managerial roles in both the profit and non-profit sectors before taking up a position within the Faculty of Science and Technology at Deakin in 2003. Virginie has since held various positions including Finance & Project Officer, Financial Controller, Business Manager and for the last three years General Manager, Institute for Frontier Materials, where she is responsible for the management of the administrative operations. Virginie holds an MBA and is a member of the CPA Society.

Elica TODOROVSKI

Eli Todorovski has worked at Deakin University for over 19 years. Her connection started through study and eventually graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, in Anthropology. Eli began her career in Assignment Tracking, then went on to Admissions, from there to Business Services - on to Assessments, then spent many years in the Faculty of Arts in Student Support and is now back in DSA as Manager, Quality and Communication. In between all of that Eli spent time in Customer Service in both a leadership and operational role.

 

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