GLOBAL BUSINESS JOURNALISM ALUMNI
Graduates of the Global Business Journalism program span six continents and more than 70 countries. Here are some of their success stories in the worlds of journalism, business and beyond.
AUSTRALIA and OCEANIA
Natalie Meyer, a 2021 graduate from Australia, in August 2021 began a new job as General Manager of the American Chamber of Commerce in Australia (AmCham) for Western Australia, based in Perth. >>> See Natalie's LinkedIn profile
Jen Wang, a 2013 GBJ graduate, was promoted in June 2021 to Business Manager in the corporate office of nib Group, a healthcare corporation, in Sydney, Australia. >>> See Jen's LinkedIn profile
Linda Lew, a 2018 graduate from New Zealand, is a reporter for Bloomberg News in Hong Kong specializing in China automotive issues. Previously, she was one of the most versatile reporters at the South China Morning Post. She has produced a wide range of multimedia content, including coverage of Hong Kong's 2019 civil strife and on-the-scene coverage of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan. >>> See Linda's LinkedIn profile.
Angela Jie Wang, a 2021 graduate from Australia, is a project coordinator for Asialink Business in Melbourne, Australia. She previously was a reporter and presenter for China Silk Road Satellite Television in Beijing. >>> See Angela's LinkedIn profile.
Luke Pegrum, a 2019 graduate from Australia, is working in digital content creation in Perth, Australia. After graduation, he served as a senior public policy officer at the Australian embassy in Beijing. >>> See Luke's LinkedIn profile.
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Global Business Journalism program graduates have used taken their talents around the world. GBJ alumni work in dozens of countries in industries such as traditional media, New Media, finance, technology and consulting. They work for multinational giants, small to mid-size companies, start-ups, nonprofits, government agencies and NGOs. Some GBJ alumni have become entrepreneurs. Click on each photo below to take a look at what GBJ graduates from that continent are doing now.
Global Business Journalism graduate Linda Lew is interviewed by International Center for Journalists President Joyce Barnathan for a global webinar on COVID-19 coverage.
2017 graduate Grace Shao reports for CNBC in 2020 about the challenges posed by deep-fake technology.