The theme of this month's profiles is journeys. From travelling to pastures new to taking careers detours, and to finding yourself back where it all began, these five alumni show us the twists and turns of life after graduation.
Ondrej Bohac is a diplomat based in the Czech embassy in Canberra, Australia. He tells us about his time studying International Relations at Edinburgh, the university sporting pursuits that gave him a resilient and international group of friends, and the day to day business of working in an international embassy.
From trashed guitars to electric cars, Ash Gupta has blended a life and career that have been equally eventful. He tell us about previous and current ventures, and how he still rocks at 74.
Laurence Heron's life after studying Biology at Edinburgh has taken him all over the world and given him dual nationality. And now things are coming full circle for him as the returns to Edinburgh to take on a new role as business management consultant.
There's no denying that Christopher Librie's life and career have been shaped by Edinburgh - both the city and the University. As an exchange student he met his future wife here before returning to complete his MBA in 1985. He tells us what he's been doing since graduation and how his career has taken an environmental and socially conscious track.
Alejandra Vasquez hails from Mexico and came to Edinburgh to study a masters in law after completing her undergraduate degree in the United States. Her career since then has seen her inject her passion for human rights in several roles, including her latest in Abu Dhabi.
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