A wine educator, a retired surgeon, an environmental entrepreneur and graduates working in finance and business make up our featured profiles this month.
After studying for her degree in Politics, Charlotte went on to work for an ethical manufacturer in Kenya. It was here that she laid the foundation for her new carbon credit subscription service, Nula Carbon.
I hope that we can bring offsetting into the mainstream and shift the narrative from offsetting guilt into investing in people to protect the planet.
International Business graduate Janmejoy (Joy) Mukherjee reveals how educational treks, self-evaluation and focus helped him find his dream job in trade promotion.
It took a lot of courage and patience to convince my parents and, importantly, strength to tread a path, where I never belonged.
Passionate about volunteering, International Business with French graduate Alice Stein has launched a campaign, Charterpath, to encourage more accountants into the non-profit sector.
I joined the finance committee for a homeless charity, The Passage, in my early days as a trainee accountant and gained a huge amount from a personal perspective, learning new skills and building a great network with other trustees typically 20 years older than me
Rob Blacklock recalls his experience of studying medicine in the 1960s and shares the path he took to becoming a consultant urological surgeon.
In October 1963 I found myself at the age of 17.5 years cutting up dead bodies while still not legally being allowed to drink alcohol!
Wine educator Helena Edgerton traces the twists and turns in her journey from studying French and Spanish at Edinburgh to teaching at Sydney Wine Academy.
Life really is one learning journey and things do come full circle.