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2020 program participants

The 2020 Optometry Australia Student Leadership Program will be hosted in Melbourne, from Monday 20 to Wednesday 22 January 2020. We received a number of impressive applications and, following a blind panel review process, have selected twelve students from across the country to participate:

  • Madeline Baker, Deakin University
  • Chamasha Dissanayake, University of Melbourne
  • Bonnie Eather, Flinders University
  • Liam Hua, Flinders University
  • Claudia Jiang, University of NSW
  • Amina Maleken, University of Melbourne
  • Javid Mohammadi, Deakin University
  • Lachlan Munro, Queensland University of Technology
  • Michelle Noronha, University of NSW
  • Soumil Sharma, University of Canberra
  • Briana Tsang, Queensland University of Technology
  • Laura Winkler, University of Canberra

2019 program participants

The 2019 Optometry Australia Student Leadership Program was hosted in Melbourne, from Monday 21 to Tuesday 22 January 2019.

The participants were:

  • Ilham Aden, University of NSW
  • Jingyi Chen, Deakin University
  • Thomas Ford, Flinders University
  • Amy Johnson, Queensland University of Technology
  • Hafi Khan, Deakin University
  • Ivy Kol, University of Melbourne
  • James Lee, Queensland University of Technology
  • Jennifer Lim, Flinders University
  • Judy Nam, University of NSW
  • Ashviney Vigneswaran, University of Melbourne
  • Mina You, University of Melbourne
  • Elain Zheng, University of NSW

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