Our Alumni Innovator Series showcases our most innovative alumni who contribute great ideas to their profession and to society. Their successes and insights are shared via public talks, panel discussions and other events, newsletter profiles and articles, and short feature videos.
Meet Curtin graduate and advisory network member, Amanda Healy, who has been selected as a 2019 AACSB Influential leader. She is one of just 33 to receive the honour around the world!
Amanda’s latest endeavour is a for-purpose enterprise called Kirrikin, a luxury resort-wear brand that features contemporary Indigenous designs. Kirrikin aims to build Indigenous employment by helping provide a sustainable income for Aboriginal artists in remote communities.
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Graduate uses refugee past to help those forced to flee
Two seconds. The blink of an eye. A sip of tea. The length of time it takes for another person to be forcibly driven from their home.Read more
Weaving steel, silk and social responsibility
Amanda Healy's latest endeavour is a for-purpose enterprise called Kirrikin, a luxury resort-wear brand that features contemporary Indigenous designs and aims to build Indigenous employment.Read more
Event Recap - Corporate psychopaths, what influence do they have?
On Wednesday 3 July 2019 we welcomed, author, educator, public speaker and Curtin graduate - Professor Clive Boddy back to campus for an insightful public lecture attended by over 140 people.Read more
Gaining a foothold in the physio business
Curtin graduate Jessica Ellison would never have predicted that Life Ready Physio and Pilates – a company she co-founded just eight years ago – would become the market leader in physiotherapy in Western Australia.Read more
Decorated WA School of Mines graduate returns as first female Director
Mining executive Sabina Shugg is now the new Director of its Western Australian School of Mines in Kalgoorlie.Read more
How to pursue a successful career in Creative Arts
Curtin grad, award-winning actor, playwright and director, Kate Mulvany, shares real career advice.Watch now
Would you eat insects as part of a balanced diet? Curtin graduates, Paula Pownall and Amanda Abou Rjeilly, the founders of GrubsUp, believe you should.Watch now
Avo look at this!
Curtin alumni create ice-cream made from Aussie grown avocados. The new ice-cream product created at Curtin is set to transform the frozen dessert market.Read more
Meet Curtin graduate, Bec Bignell, who grew up in Kojonup in Perth’s South-East and always had a passion for storytelling. Bec is empowering regional Australians to tell their stories and break down stereotypes.Watch now