Escape the cold and come along for a morning of networking with like minded people at our June Networking Breakfast.
We promise there will be plenty of time to network and make new connections, engaging and inspiring speakers, plus a scrumptious breakfast.
Nicole will be discussing the benefits of mentoring from both a mentee and mentor perspective and how WIT members can get involved. Check out Nicole's very impressive bio.
Nicole's professional experience encompasses management, community engagement and career development roles in the higher education industry. Her current area of focus is the career development needs of globally mobile higher education students and graduates. with a particular interest in leveraging technology to facilitate meaningful mentoring and networking experiences that cross geographical and cultural boundaries. As Senior Career Development Consultant and Industry Mentoring Lead at Griffith University, she has been instrumental in transitioning the University's highly respected Industry Mentoring Program to a sustainable and scalable initiative that facilitates career development learning and builds global networks that endure far beyond the Program's completion. Recently, Nicole applied her specialised knowledge in this space to a Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade-funded mentoring initiative, Alumni Professional Development Program (APDP), where she was a part of a multi-university consortium of subject matter experts, building the capacity of Indonesian researchers with postgraduate qualifications from Australian universities.
In addition to her work in the mentoring space, Nicole is a qualified career development practitioner who inspires vocational self-efficacy and global citizenship values in clients through thoughtfully designed career counselling and professional development activities, informed by global industry engagement. Nicole has been the Lead investigator on a strategic-level Griffith University Learning and Teaching Grant.