Spotlight on alumni
Profiles of our alumni who have made their mark in New Zealand and beyond, their experiences at Victoria Business School, and how to keep in touch with us.
In the videos below, recorded to mark the 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in New Zealand, Victoria Business School alumnae reflect on their own experiences and offer their insights and advice about both opportunities and challenges for women in business, government and education.
Keeping in touch
Keeping in touch with the Business School will provide a wealth of opportunities for your future career by delivering regular news and updates, networking opportunities, events and seminars on topical issues, and opportunities for post-experience education.
In order to receive up-to-date news and information from Victoria Business School, keep your contact details current through the University's Alumni online form. You might also be interested in following us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn to keep up-to-date with news and events.
We look forward staying in touch, and seeing you at one of our Alumni functions in the near future.
Victoria Business School is proud to celebrate the achievements of our alumni making their mark in the world. These profiles highlight their ongoing professional and academic success.
- Leading the way: Neil Paviour-Smith & Dame Therese Walsh
Congratulations to two of our alumni who took up leadership roles on the University Council in 2018
- Dr Sarah Kimani, PhD (Management)
Sarah's journey has taken her from PhD student to Dean of a Business School in Kenya
- Dame Therese Walsh, BCA (Accounting)
Dame Therese reflects on a stellar career in sports administration
- Alex Gordon, BCA (Finance & Economics)
Many doors opened up for Alex after he was recognised as the world's top financial modeller
- Susan Jacobs, BCom (Economics & Public Policy)
Susan is studying for her Master's in Public Policy after picking up multiple undergraduate awards
- Peter Nicholl, BCA(Hons) (Economics & Accounting)
Peter reflects on his years as governor of the Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Matt Woolley, LLB and BCom (Accounting)
Matt is working on tax policy for the IRD after taking part in the Summer Research Scholarship programme
- Mahara Inglis, BCA (Management & Commercial Law)
Mahara is on a Fulbright scholarship completing an MBA in Management and Entrepreneurship
- Emily Swan, BCom (Marketing)
Emily is a Marketing Consultant at New Zealand Trade and Enterprise, based in Shanghai
- Jack Yan, BCA(Hons) & MCA (Marketing)
Jack is an Internet publishing pioneer and entrepreneur
- Grant Spencer, BA (Economics & Mathemetics)
Grant is Deputy Governer of the Reserve Bank
- Claudia Batten, BCA
Claudia is a technology entrepreneur and was the supreme winner at the 2014 World Class New Zealand Awards
- Nicholas Lee, BCA (Marketing)
Nicholas is Vice-President and Global Market Leader for Philips in the Netherlands
- Eamon Lui-Fakaotimanava, BCA (Marketing)
Eamon is an Analyst in Consulting at Deloitte
- Pala Molisa, BCA(Hons) (Accountancy)
Pala is a lecturer at the School of Accounting and Commercial Law