As a Curtin graduate, you are automatically a lifelong member of the global Curtin alumni community consisting of over 230,000 inspiring people spanning across 160 countries around the world.
The Alumni & Community Relations team are here to help you maintain a connection with the University and one another after you graduate. Wherever life takes you in the world, we are here to provide you with social and professional support, and the chance to give back to the University in a number of ways.
Erika Beazley, Director, Alumni & Advancement Operations (parental leave)
I lead the strategic development, delivery and management of the University’s alumni and community engagement strategies; to enlist the support of alumni and the community to increase affinity, advocacy and philanthropy. I am also responsible for the strategic design and operation of the CRM and other technological solutions and quality services that support University Advancement and the wider University community.
Jysae Hooper, Manager, Alumni & Community Relations
I’ve been with the team since 2015 and absolutely love my job! I am passionate about helping others to make remarkable things possible, and am constantly inspired by the incredible achievements of our graduates. I look forward to meeting you – I am always up for a chat!
Caroline Robson, Senior Alumni & Community Relations Coordinator
Program: Leading Alumni
Faculty: Health Sciences, Science and Engineering, Curtin International
I couldn’t believe it when I was offered a role in Curtin’s Alumni team! To be able to meet inspirational people every day and be exposed to Curtin’s innovative environment was a dream come true. Being in a team that is always working towards a better future for our graduates, students, University and community, fills me with joy.
Jessica Vulin, Alumni & Community Relations Coordinator
Programs: Alumni Achievement Awards, Alumni Innovator Series, Young Alumni Program
The Curtin alumni community is made up of such a diverse array of graduates from varying backgrounds and professions, which makes my job so exciting. Meeting and working with our graduates to provide and maintain their connection with the University is very rewarding, as well as working with the faculties to assist in developing opportunities to bring everyone together.
Anna Eisenhauer, Alumni & Community Relations Coordinator (parental leave)
Since joining Curtin University in 2013, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting (both in-person and virtually) graduates from all over the world and hearing their inspiring stories. I am currently working with the Faculty of Humanities to shine a light on the many varied and interesting achievements of our Humanities alumni. I am also responsible for making current Curtin students aware of our global alumni community, as well as promoting activities for alumni to attend with their families.
Zoe Bloor, Alumni & Community Relations Coordinator
Program: Leading Alumni
Faculty: Humanities, Business and Law
I feel incredibly lucky to be part of the Alumni & Community Relations team. Every day is so rewarding – connecting with graduates and hearing the amazing stories, locally and around the world. As a Curtin Humanities graduate myself, I am excited to be working with the Faculty of Humanities and also the Faculty of Business & Law for the Leading Alumni Program, developing and building lifelong relations that help create a sense of belonging and community. I look forward to seeing you around campus.
Hayley Arrow, Communications Coordinator
I have worked with the Alumni & Community Relations team since 2014 and love helping our graduates maintain a connection with the University after they graduate. I am responsible for all communications to our alumni and Curtin community members, including the websites, Alumni & Community News, and our social media channels. I love connecting with you all, so make sure that we have your preferred contact details and are following us on social media to be kept up-to-date.
Joanne Fernandez, Communications Coordinator
I joined the Alumni & Community Relations team in May 2019 and am responsible for letting you know of the latest exciting news, events and opportunities via the website, social media and email communications. I love hearing about and sharing all of your incredible and inspiring stories – I‘m blown away by the phenomenal achievements of our graduate community.
Luisa Mitchell, Communications & Stewardship Intern
Program: Leading Alumni
Faculty: Centre for Aboriginal Studies
I joined this amazing community in 2019 as a current Curtin University student, and am thrilled to be working with such passionate and inspiring colleagues. I assist our Communications and Stewardship Coordinators with our social media, website maintenance and sharing the stories of our remarkable Curtin graduates and donors. I hope to use the skills I have gained so far to give back to the university that helped me become the person I am today.