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Dr Nam Nguyen

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Position Res Fellow-Systems Design & Complexity Mgmt
Email nam.nguyen@adelaide.edu.au
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Biography/ Background

Dr Nam Nguyen is a Director (Australia and Southeast Asia) of Malik, Switzerland (the world’s leading organization for holistic, system-cybernetic management, right governance, and responsible leadership). He is also a Founder of Think2Impact Pty Ltd and a Director of SysPrac Pty Ltd in Australia.

Dr Nguyen was a co-founder of the internationally linked Systems Design and Complexity Management (SDCM) Alliance at The University of Adelaide Business School; and currently an Honorary Visiting Research Fellow in the Business School. He has been awarded a number of nationally and internationally competitive academic fellowships and research grants (worth more than $1m). Dr Nguyen is also a recipient of the prestigious 2011 Australian Leadership Award;  a member of the Scientific Board of the Business Systems Laboratory, Italy; a Vice President (2012-13; 2015-17) of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) and a Vice President (2014-16) of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR).

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of AgriEconomics (National Economics University, Vietnam: 1994-1998)
  • Master of AgriBusiness (The University of Adelaide, Australia: 2001-2002)
  • PhD in the field of Risk Management and Decision Support Systems (The University of Queensland, Australia: 2003-2007)

Awards & Achievements

Selected recent awards/achievements:

2016:   Invited to give two Plenary Presentations on “Malik Management Systems for Effectuating Namami Gange” and “Malik Ecopolicy and Sensitivity Model - A cybernetic simulation program for learning about systems thinking, leadership for sustainable socio-ecological systems and a system tool for dealing with complexity” at the International Conference on Leadership Socio-Ecological Systems, 23-25 July, India

2016:  Invited to the 18th by-invitation-only Conversations of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR), 3 – 8 April, Linz, Austria

2016:   Invited to give a Plenary Presentation on “Malik Ecopolicy and Sensitivity Model” at the International Conference on Strategic Management for Sustainable Development, Systems Thinking and Cybernetics Approach - Lessons for Vietnam, 18 March, Hanoi, Vietnam.

2015:    Elected as a Vice-President of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (VP for Systems Education)

2015:  Invited as a co-author to give a Plenary Presentation on “Capacity Building” at the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS) 2015 Conference, 2-7 August, Berlin, Germany.

2015:   Invited to give a Keynote Address on “Think2impact™: A systems based approach for complexity management” at the Graduate Management Association of Australia National Conference 2015, 3 July, Adelaide, Australia.

2015:    Invited to give a Keynote Address on “Think2Impact – A platform for knowledge creation and dissemination to systemically deal with complex issues in a rapidly changing world” at the 5th Annual International Conference on Business Strategy and Asian Economic Transformation (BizStrategy), 27-28 July, Singapore.

2015:  Invited as a co-author to give a Plenary Presentation on “Think2Impact: Taking Systems Thinking to Global Organisations and Communities” at the 3rd Business Systems Laboratory (BSLab) International Symposium "Advances in Business Management: Towards Systemic Approach", 21-23 January, Perugia, Italy.

2015: Invited to co-conduct a Workshop and Practical Session at the 3rd BSLab International Symposium, 21-23 January, Perugia, Italy.

2015: Invited to co-chair a parallel session on “Systems Practice for Managing Complexity” at the 3rd BSLab International Symposium, 21-23 January, Perugia, Italy.

2015:  Invited to give a Seminar at the Sapienza University of Rome, 19 January, Rome, Italy.

2014:  Elected as a Vice-President of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR)

2014:  Appointed as a Member of the Scientific Board of the Business Systems Laboratory, Italy

2014:  Executive Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research

2014:  Executive Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (Systems Thinking courses)

2014: South Australian Department of State Development Research Grant (Co-Investigator (Co-I) with Prof Ockie Bosch)

2014:  Haiphong People’s Committee, Vietnam Int’l Research Grant

2014:  Faculty of the Professions Category 1 (ARC) Grant Support (Chief Investigator – CI)

2014: Invited to the 17th by-invitation-only Conversations of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR), 27 April - 2 May 2014, Linz, Austria

2014:  Invited to Co-Chair a Symposium on Evolutionary Learning Laboratory (ELLab) at the European Meetings on Cybernetics and Systems Research (EMCSR), 22-25 April 2014, Vienna, Austria

2014: Invited to Co-Chair a Panel Discussion on ‘Shaping Systems Thinkers for Sustainability’, Ngee Ann-Adelaide Education Centre, 22 April, Singapore

2013:  Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Grand Challenges Explorations Grant (Co-I with Prof Ockie Bosch)

2013:  Invited to give a Keynote Speech at the International Conference on Social Environmental Education, 21-22 July 2013, Taipei, Taiwan

2013: Co-author of the Best Paper Awarded at the Business Systems Lab International Symposium, 24-25 January 2013, Madrid, Spain

2012:  Elected as a Vice-President of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (VP Memberships and Conference)

2012:   Invited to the 16th by-invitation-only Conversations of the IFSR, 14-19 April 2012, Linz, Austria

2011:   Australian Leadership Award

2011:   Uiversitas21 Early Career Researcher Fellowship

2011:   The University of Queensland ResTeach Fellowships

2010:   The University of Queensland ResTeach Fellowship

2009:   The University of Queensland ResTeach Fellowship

2009:    AusAID Grant – Australian Leadership Award Fellowship (ALAF) for Cambodia (Co-I with Prof Bosch)

2008:   AusAID Grant – ALAF for Vietnam (Co-I with Prof Bosch)

2008:   The University of Queensland Postdoctoral Research Fellowship

Of all the above, the most significant award is the prestigious 2011 Australian Leadership Award from the Australian Davos Connection (ADC) Forum. In 2011, there were only 30 such Awards made to Australians from a wide spectrum of organisations and professions which recognise young leaders for their work and their demonstrated vision for Australia’s future, as well as the outstanding experience and potential both within Awardees’ professions and with respect to their broader contributions.

Teaching Interests

Dr Nguyen and Prof Bosch teach in tandem the Systems Thinking courses (formal teaching) for the Adelaide MBA and Executive programs. They also teach at the Graduate School of Systems Design and Management, Keio University, Japan and coordinate the revolutionary educational Ecopolicy programs (informal teaching) in high schools and universities in Australia and Vietnam.

Research Interests

As a systems scientist Dr Nguyen’s research is interdisciplinary in nature which cuts across a wide range of disciplines and themes including management, leadership, governance, social and behavioural sciences, education, business, sustainable development, and complexity management. He is also the principal supervisor of 2 PhD students and co-supervisor of 1 PhD student in the Business School. Dr Nguyen and his team have established various Evolutionary Learning Laboratories (ELLabs) to address complex problems around the world.

Research Funding

Dr Nguyen is the recipient of various competitive academic fellowships and awards, investigator or co-investigator of many research grants including (recently selected ones):

·        South Australian Department of State Development Research Grant 2014-2015 ($30,000)

·        South Australian Department of Health Research Grant 2014-2015 ($15,000)

·        Haiphong International Research Grant 2014-2015 ($50,000)

·        Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research 2014 ($2,000)

·        Faculty of the Professions Cat 1 (ARC) Support Grant 2014 ($2,900)

·     Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Grand Challenges Explorations Grant 2013-2014 (US$100,000)

 

·        University of Queensland (UQ) Postdoctoral Research Fellowship 2008-12 ($380,000)

 

·        UQ ResTeach Fellowships 2009, 2010 and 2011 (total $94,000)

 

·        Australian Leadership Award (ALA) 2011 ($12,000)

 

·     Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) Grants 2008 and 20009 (total $330,000)

Publications

Dr Nguyen’s research is of a strong interdisciplinary nature using systems thinking approaches and integration. The top two journals in his research field are Systems Research and Behavioral Science and System Dynamics Review. The former (SR&BS) is the official journal of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR). SR&BS is in the Field of Research (FoR) 1503 and ranked A in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality Lists (2010 and 2013).

Dr Nguyen has so far contributed to the knowledge base of his research fields by publishing more than 80 refereed publications (including conference papers).

i. Scholarly books (3)

1.        Bosch, O. J. H. and N. C. Nguyen (2015). Systems Thinking for EVERYONE: The Journey from Theory to making an Impact. Canberra, Australia: Think2Impact Pty Ltd; ISBN 978-0-9942356-0-2.

2.        Bosch, O. J. H., T. V. Nguyen and T. V. Nguyen (2016). Systems Thinking for EVERYONE: The Journey from Theory to making an Impact in Vietnam. Adelaide, Australia, SysPrac Pty Ltd;  ISBN 978-0-9942356-1-9.

3.        Edson, M. C., G. S. Metcalf, G. Chroust, N. C. Nguyen and S. Blachfellner, Eds. (2015). Systems Thinking: New Directions in Theory, Practice and Application. Austria, Institute for Telecooperation, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; SEA-Publications: SEA-SR-41; ISBN 978-3-902457-41-7.

ii. Scholarly book chapters (3)

4.        Blachfellner, S., O. J. H. Bosch, V. Bulc, V. Delgado, D. Karabeg, A. Laszlo, M. F. Li, N. C. Nguyen and W. Watkins (2015). Thrivable Systems - from Vision to Reality Systems Thinking: New Directions in Theory, Practice and Application. M. C. Edson, G. S. Metcalf, G. Chroust, N. C. Nguyen and S. Blachfellner, Institute for Telecooperation, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria; SEA-Publications: SEA-SR-41; ISBN 978-3-902457-41-7: 14-21.

5.        Laszlo, A., S. Blachfellner, O. J. H. Bosch, N. C. Nguyen, V. Bulc, M. Edson, J. Wilby and G. Pór (2012). Curating the Conditions for a Thrivable Planet: Systemic Leverage Points for Emerging a Global Eco-Civilization. Edited book of the 16th International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR) Conversations "Systems and Science at Crossroads", 14-19, April 2012, Linz, Austria, SEA-Publications: SEA-SR-32. ISBN: 978-3-902457-32-5; pp 41-65.

6.        Nguyen, N. C., M. Wegener and I. Russell (2011). Risk management strategies and decision support systems in agriculture: A study of risk management in rainfed farming systems in Queensland. Rainfed Farming Systems, 1st Edition, Hardcover. P. Tow, I. Cooper, I. Partridge and I. Birch, Springer: Chapter 35, pp 901-921.

iii. Refereed journal articles (38)

7.        Banson, K. E., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "A Systemic Intervention to Access Resource Impact on the Quality Of Life Among Women Farmers in Developing Countries: Evidence from Ghana." Academia Journal of Agricultural Research 3(2): 15-22.

8.        Banson, K. E., N. C. Nguyen and O. J. H. Bosch (2015). "The 'Greater Push' for Growth and Sustainability in Africa: Evidence from Ghana." International Journal of  Business and Management Review In press (http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/forthcoming.php?jcode=ijmabs).

9.        Banson, K. E., N. C. Nguyen and O. J. H. Bosch (2015). "Systemic Management to Address the Challenges Facing the Performance of Agriculture in Africa: Case Study in Ghana." Systems research and Behavioral Science In Press (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sres.2372/abstract).

10.     Banson, K. E., N. C. Nguyen and O. J. H. Bosch (2015). "Using systems archetypes to identify drivers and barriers for sustainable agriculture in Africa: A case study in Ghana." Systems Research and Behavioral Science In Press (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sres.2300/abstract).

11.     Banson, K. E., N. C. Nguyen, O. J. H. Bosch and T. V. Nguyen (2015). "A systems thinking approach to address the complexity of agribusiness for sustainable development in Africa: A case study in Ghana." Systems Research and Behavioral Science 32(6): 672-688.

12.     Bosch, O. J. H., N. C. Nguyen and T. M. Ha (2014). "Can Advancements in Economic and Managerial Practice be achieved without Systems Thinking Education as the Foundation?" Business Systems Review (Special Issue - Invited Plenary Paper of the Business Systems Laboratory 2nd International Symposium: Systems Thinking for a Sustainable Economy) 3(2): 33-53.

13.     Bosch, O. J. H., N. C. Nguyen, T. Maeno and T. Yasui (2013). "Managing Complex Issues through Evolutionary Learning Laboratories." Systems Research and Behavioral Science 30(2): 116-135.

14.     Bosch, O. J. H., N. C. Nguyen and D. Sun (2013). "Addressing the critical need for a "new way of thinking" in dealing with complex issues facing our societies (Best Paper Award)." Business Systems Review 2(2): 48-70 (Special Issue - Selected papers of the first B.S.Lab International Symposium).

15.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "Defining the real needs of women smallholder farmers in Vietnam: The importance of grass-root participation and multi-stakeholder collaboration." International Journal of  Business and Management Review 3(2): 35-58.

16.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "Establishing an Evolutionary Learning Laboratory for improving the quality of life of Vietnamese women in small-scale agriculture: Part I - The current situation." Systems Research and Behavioral Science In press (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sres.2346/abstract).

17.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "Establishing an Evolutionary Learning Laboratory for improving the quality of life of Vietnamese women in small-scale agriculture: Part II – Systemic interventions." Systems Research and Behavioral Science In press (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sres.2349/abstract).

18.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "Necessary and sufficient conditions for agribusiness success of small-scale farming systems in Northern Vietnam." Business and Management Studies 1(2): 36-44.

19.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "Systemic interventions addressing market access challenges of smallholder vegetable farmers in Northern Vietnam." International Journal of Markets and Business Systems (IJMABS) 1(2): 136-158.

20.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "Using the community capitals framework for resource mapping and mobilisation toward sustainable community development: a case study on improving the quality of life of Vietnamese women farmers." Community Development In Press (Accepted 27 October 2015).

21.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2016). "A Participatory Systemic Approach to Rural Community Development in Vietnam." International Journal of Scientific & Techonology Research 5(4): 53-62.

22.     Ha, T. M., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2016). "Practical Contribution of the Systems-based Evolutionary Learning Laboratory to Knowledge and Stakeholder Management." Systemic Practice and Action Research 29: 261-275.

23.     Keegan, M. and N. C. Nguyen (2011). "Systems Thinking, Rural Development and Food Security: Key Leverage Points for Australia’s Regional Development and Population Policy." Migration Australia (launch issue) 1(1): 50-64.

24.     Kiura, T., O. J. H. Bosch, N. C. Nguyen, S. Shirasaka and T. Maeno (2014). "Creating a New Business through Applying the Systems-Based Evolutionary Learning Laboratory Approach." SR&BS (Invited paper for the special issue on 'Advacements in Systemic Methodologies for Economics and Management') In Press: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sres.2319/abstract.

25.     Nguyen, N. C. (2002). "The key solutions for risk reduction of agricultural enterprises." Economics and Development Review 62(1): 18-19.

26.     Nguyen, N. C. (2003). "Key agricultural exports: Current situation and solution recommendations." Economics and Development Review 74(1): 19-22.

27.     Nguyen, N. C. and O. J. H. Bosch (2013). "A Systems Thinking Approach to identify Leverage Points for Sustainability: A Case Study in the Cat Ba Biosphere Reserve, Vietnam." Systems Research and Behavioral Science 30(2): 104-115.

28.     Nguyen, N. C. and O. J. H. Bosch (2014). "The Art of Interconnected Thinking – Starting with the Young." Challenges 5(2): 239-259.

29.     Nguyen, N. C., O. J. H. Bosch, K. Banson, M. Hui, Z. Lim, O. Ting and J. Xuan (2015). "A systems thinking approach to address the complex issue of plastic surgery in South Korea." International Journal of Markets and Business Systems (IJMABS) 1(2): 108-135.

30.     Nguyen, N. C., O. J. H. Bosch and K. E. Maani (2011). "Creating 'learning laboratories' for sustainable development in biospheres: A systems thinking approach." Systems Research and Behavioral Science 28(1): 51-62.

31.     Nguyen, N. C., O. J. H. Bosch, T. V. Nguyen, K. Banson, L. Tan, G. Goh, O. Lim and Z. Jupary (2016). "The Economic Importance of Social Graciousness Index: A Systemic Approach to Singapore Case." International Journal of Markets and Business Systems (IJMABS) Accepted 12 May 2016.

32.     Nguyen, N. C., O. J. H. Bosch, O. F. Yen, S. J. Shan, S. Athena and K. Banson (2015). "A systemic approach to understand smartphone usage in Singapore." Systems Research and Behavioral Science 33: 360-380.

33.     Nguyen, N. C., D. Graham, H. Ross, K. Maani and O. J. H. Bosch (2012). "Educating Systems Thinking for Sustainability: Experience with a Developing Country." Systems Research and Behavioral Science 39(1): 14-29.

34.     Nguyen, N. C., M. Wegener and I. Russell (2007). "Decision support systems in Australian agriculture: state of the art and future development." Australasian Farm Business Management (AFBM) Journal 4(1&2): 15-22.

35.     Nguyen, N. C., M. Wegener, I. Russell, D. Cameron, D. Coventry and I. Cooper (2007). "Risk management strategies by Australian farmers: two case studies." Australasian Farm Business Management (AFBM) Journal 4(1&2): 23-30.

36.     Nguyen, Q. V. and N. C. Nguyen (2013). "Systems thinking methodology in researching the impacts of climate change on livestock industry." Journal of Vietnamese Environment 4(1): 20-27.

37.     Nguyen, T. V., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2014). "Using the Evolutionary Learning Laboratory Approach to Establish a World First Model for Integrated Governance of Haiphong, Vietnam (Invited Paper for the ISSS2013 Special Issue)." Systems Research and Behavioral Science 31(5): 627–641.

38.     Nguyen, T. V., N. C. Nguyen and O. J. H. Bosch (2015). "Applying a Systems Thinking approach to address the barriers affecting the Vietnamese coffee export industry." International Journal of  Business and Management Review 3(4): 49-65.

39.     Nguyen, T. V., N. C. Nguyen and O. J. H. Bosch (2015). "Coffee processing management to increase green coffee quality: A Systems Thinking approach." International Journal of Markets and Business Systems (IJMABS) In Press (http://www.inderscience.com/info/ingeneral/forthcoming.php?jcode=ijmabs).

40.     Nguyen, T. V., N. C. Nguyen and O. J. H. Bosch (2015). "Contribution of the systems thinking approach to reduce production cost and improve the quality of Vietnamese coffee." International Journal of Markets and Business Systems (IJMABS) 1(1): 53-68.

41.     Nguyen, T. V., N. C. Nguyen and O. J. H. Bosch (2015). "Enhancing the competitive advantages of Vietnam coffee through the exploration of causal loop modelling in the supply chain." International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management In Press (Accepted 25 October 2015).

42.     Phan, T. D., N. C. Nguyen, O. J. H. Bosch, T. V. Nguyen, T. T. Le and H. T. Tran (2015). "A Systemic Approach to Understand the Conservation Status and Viability of the Critically Endangered Cat Ba Langur." Systems Research and Behavioral Science In Press (Accepted 20 September 2015).

43.     Trinh, C. T., T. M. Ha, O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "Using a Systems Approach to Improve the Lives of Women Smallholder Farmers in the North-western Mountainous Region of Vietnam." DEPOCEN Working Paper Series In Press (Accepted 17 September 2015).

44.     Trip, F. W. V., O. J. H. Bosch and N. C. Nguyen (2015). "R&D productivity in the pharmaceutical industry: Scenario simulations using a Bayesian Belief Network." International Journal of Strategic Decision Sciences 6(1): 1-16.

Professional Associations

Dr Nguyen has developed a strong national and international reputation. Nationally, he was invited on the Advisory Group contributing to an Australian Learning and Teaching Council project on Decision Support Systems in Australian Universities. Dr Nguyen had also contributed advice to the ‘Australia Reports 2011 & 2012: Risks and Opportunities’, developed by the Australian Davos Connection Forum in collaboration with KPMG. In addition, he had successfully coordinated two Australian Leadership Award Fellowship (ALAF) programs funded by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID). 

Internationally, his research is attracting much attention from systems scientists. This is evidenced in the recent publication of his many research articles in Systems Research and Behavioral Science (SR&BS), the official Journal of the International Federation for Systems Research (IFSR). Important, the IFSR invited Dr Nguyen to attend the 16th IFSR Conversations in Linz, Austria from 14-19 April 2012, participating in the Conversation of the Theme ‘Designing Learning Systems for Global Sustainability’. Only 28 systems scientists from around the world were invited as participants in the IFSR Conversations. Dr Nguyen was invited again to contribute to the IFSR 17th by-invitation-only Conversations on the Theme ‘From Vision to Reality – The Synergetic Relation between Evolutionary Learning Labs and the World Evolutionary Learning Tribe’, Linz, Austria from 27 April - 2 May 2014.

In April 2014, Dr Nguyen was elected as a Vice-President (2014-16) of the International Federation for Systems Research. IFSR is a ‘mother’ organisation which has 44 member organisations and societies, from all continents, under its ‘umbrella’. Dr Nguyen is also a Vice-President (2012-13 and 2015-17) of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS). He had contributed significantly to the successful organisation of the ISSS Conferences in Brisbane, Australia (2009) and Haiphong, Vietnam (2013). Dr Nguyen is a member of the Scientific Board of the Business Systems Laboratory, Italy and also serves on the international editorial boards of the Bertalanffy Center for Systems Science journal: ‘Systema: Connecting Matter, Life, Culture and Technology’ and the ‘American Journal of Management Studies’. He is regularly invited to review various manuscripts for several other international journals and also the Invited Guest Editor of the 2014 Special Issue on ‘Education for Sustainability’ for the International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life Long Learning; Guest Editor of the 2016-17 Special Issue on "Systems Approaches and Tools for Managing Complexity" for the Systems journal. He also serves in the program committee of GSTFs Annual International Conference on Business Strategy in the Age of Disruption (BizStrategy 2016).

Dr Nguyen has worked with and had close collaborations and contacts with various international organisations and counterparts including the IFSR; the ISSS; Malik Management Institute, Switzerland; Systemic Excellence Group, Germany; Hull Business School, UK; Business Systems Laboratory, Italy; School of Business, Adelphi University and Syntony Quest, US; Graduate School of Systems Design and Management, Keio University, Japan; the International Centre for Complex Project Management (ICCPM), Australia; the Vietnam Man and Biosphere (MAB) National Committee, Hai Phong City People’s Committee, Ha Noi National University of Education, National Economics University, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Vietnam; Ministry of Tourism, Cambodia; UNESCO/MAB program; South Australian Departments of State Development and Health; Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Australia; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations initiative.

Professional Interests

Providing services for the management of complex problems in business, government, social, natural, scientific and political spheres; offering executive training programs.

Community Engagement

·         Member of the Governing Council of East Adelaide School, Adelaide, Australia: 2012-15; 2015-17

·         Member of the Education Committee of East Adelaide School, Adelaide, Australia: 2012-13; 2015-16

·         Member of the Sports Committee of East Adelaide School, Adelaide, Australia: 2016-17

·         Coach of the East Adelaide Red Netball Team (Winter Season 2016)

·         President of the Gatton International Student Association (GISA), University of Queensland: 2003-2004

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