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You’ll find Monash IT alumni right around the globe, working in every conceivable field of IT, or bringing their IT experience to a range of other fields. Some are leading the way in their chosen professions. Some are breaking new ground with their research. Some are helping the next generationsof Monash students embark on their own IT journeys.

Dion Weisler

Dion Weisler

Chief Executive Officer, Hewlett Packard.
Bachelor of Applied Science (Computing) (1990)

"Mr Weisler has more than 23 years’ experience in the IT and telecommunications sector, having held numerous key executive positions in the across multiple countries."

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Troy Westley

Troy Westley

Chief Executive Officer, CareMonkey
Bachelor of Applied Science (Computing) (1989)

"People would tell us that the CareMonkey app was a vital help during a medical emergency at their organisation - that’s what really matters."

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Suja Chandrakeran

Suja Chandrakeran

Chief Information Officer, Kimberly-Clark, Dallas
Master of Business Systems (1996)

"Managing data-enabled business models and interpreting data and analytics have become the central components to business differentiation over the last 3-5 years."

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Peter Robertson

Peter Robertson

Managing Director, Atos.
Bachelor in Electronic Data Processing (1991)

"In today’s fast moving world of IT, where cloud computing is becoming more accepted and even governments are realising that consumption-based IT models are more appealing than capital-based IT models, the pace and impact of innovation to business from technology only continues to grow at a faster pace."

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Nicholas Nicoloudis

Nicholas Nicoloudis

Global Solution Architect specialising in Mobile and User Experience solutions, SAP
PhD in Computer Science (2005)

"Completing my PhD at Monash opened many opportunities for me. My scholarship was funded by a global software provider that allowed me to travel and work in a global software organisation while I was studying."

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