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2022 program participants

The 2022 Optometry Australia Student Leadership Program will be hosted weekly from 7 February to 20 March.

The participants are:

  • Angela Park, University of NSW
  • Ayd’n Luke, University of Melbourne
  • Bianca Romeo, Queensland University of Technology
  • David Nguyen, Deakin University
  • Dennis Kamenev, University of Melbourne
  • Ellie Schneider, University of WA
  • Harrison Chats, University of Melbourne
  • Jack Welchman, Flinders University
  • Jenkin Yau, University of Melbourne
  • Jennie Bui, University of Melbourne
  • Jessica Nijjar, University of Canberra
  • Jan Wang, University of Melbourne
  • Karuna Darvesh, University of NSW
  • Kim Nguyen, University of Melbourne
  • Louise Jiang, University of Melbourne
  • Lucy Nguyen, University of NSW
  • Maddison Poon, University of Melbourne
  • Nhi Nguyen, University of NSW
  • Nuala Boog, University of WA
  • Rahul Sundarjee, University of Canberra
  • Serena Yung, University of Melbourne
  • Song Jin Loh, Queensland University of Technology

2021 program participants

The 2021 Optometry Australia Student Leadership Program was hosted weekly from 6 July to 3 August, with a virtual celebration held on 17 August.

The participants were:

  • Andrew Yue, Deakin University
  • Arveen Venzon, University of NSW
  • Azba Mashood, University of NSW
  • Cong Bui, Queensland University of Technology
  • Eilish Devlin, Flinders University
  • Hasnat Siddiqui, University of Melbourne
  • Jahin Tanvir, University of Canberra
  • Jennifer Pack, University of NSW
  • Judith Fernandes, University of Canberra
  • Julie Lee, Queensland University of Technology
  • Kayla Adams, Deakin University
  • Nuala Boog, University of Western Australia
  • Sushweta Pal, University of Melbourne
  • Thi Huynh, University of Western Australia

2020 program participants

The 2020 Optometry Australia Student Leadership Program was hosted in Melbourne, from Monday 20 to Wednesday 22 January 2020.

The participants were:

  • 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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