Staff members are listed in alphabetical order by first name.
Glen is the Deputy Program Manager for APR.Intern. Glen is responsible for the strategic direction and operational management of the APR.Intern program. His role provides high-level leadership, strategic development and implementation for the expansion of the APR.Intern program, whilst driving the number of placements across our member universities.
It is his responsibility to work with the Business Development Managers to drive new business partnerships, leverage funding opportunities and source strategic collaborative arrangements with both public and private enterprises and government.
Prior to his position at APR.Intern, Glen held a range of senior marketing and publishing roles working with government, industry and the higher education sector.
Lisa has over 25 years of experience leading teams and organisations to deliver strategic excellence domestically and internationally across a broad range of sectors, both in Australia and overseas. With core competencies in leadership, strategy, partnerships, engagement, marketing and brand management, she is passionate about building and leading teams to deliver on organisational vision.
Lisa has lived and worked in Melbourne, San Francisco, Seattle and worked extensively in Sub Saharan Africa. Holding a Senior Executive MBA from Melbourne Business School, a Bachelor of Business and AICD company director qualifications, she has over 10 years’ experience as a Non-Executive Director and Chair on government and not-for-profit Boards.
Jo manages the planning and delivery of APR.Intern’s marketing & communications.
With a background in public relations and marketing communications, Jo has worked across a wide range of client campaigns with a focus on corporate social responsibility.
Jo holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Graduate Certificate in Marketing.
Justin joined the APR.Intern team in 2019 as a Business Developer and is responsible for driving PhD industry internships in Victoria. As part of the role, Justin manages relationships between academia and industry, carefully matching PhD skillsets with industry research challenges to accelerate local innovation.
Prior to joining APR.Intern, Justin was the State Manager of a leading FMCG marketing agency before moving into Higher Education. In this sector, Justin has worked in the marketing departments of Griffith University and La Trobe University, specialising in relationship management and student-led recruitment.
Justin holds a Bachelor of Business Management (Marketing & Human Resources) from the University of Queensland.
Outside of work, he enjoys playing football for Melbourne University Soccer Club.
Margo’s role is to provide high quality customer service, administrative and project support to the National Program Manager and the APR.Intern team.
Before joining AMSI, Margo worked in Human Resources at The University of Melbourne and also held corporate HR, career development and administration roles in Australia and the UK.
Margo holds a Bachelor of Arts in Recreation and a Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management.
]Mark’s role is focused on driving internships in New South Wales, primarily with The University of Sydney and University of Technology Sydney under a partnership arrangement. Mark also works with AMSI’s other member universities in NSW, and his business development activities span across all industry sectors.
Before joining AMSI, Mark worked in Business Development in Human Resources with professional services organisations for over 15 years. This included significant recruitment and career development activities in the private sector with Adecco, Lee Hecht Harrison and Morgan & Banks.
Prior to this, Mark held Senior Human Resources roles in Bayer & Allergan and has in-depth understanding of management practices, industry challenges, research and development and he brings a commercial edge and extensive industry network.
Mark holds a BSc in Psychology.
Michael has a 20 year professional career assisting innovative technology companies to access government funding, with experience in government, Big 4 management consulting and boutique advisory. He has wide industry exposure in technical areas including a broad spectrum of engineering disciplines, software development, construction, logistics, manufacturing, energy and national resources, agribusiness and the biotech sector.
Michael is passionate about working with scientists and engineers to access funds and resources to progress their R&D and thrives on the challenge of quickly coming to grips with unfamiliar concepts to solve challenging interdisciplinary problems.
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