Australia China Alumni Association South China Branch
The Australia China Alumni Association (ACAA) South China Branch was launched on 16 July 2009, following a merger between the ACAA and the Australian Alumni South China group. The branch, based in Guangzhou, is supported by an active and enthusiastic committee. Two full-time staff based in Guangzhou organise events in South China and also manage the ACAA website and social media, produces the ACAA e-newsletter, and drives expansion nationally.
Iris Huang, Deputy General Manager China
Ms Iris Huang, was first as the South China Director of Development and Communications in early 2014 to join ACAA and started to over look alumni in China as Deputy General Manager in late 2014. Iris is an alumna of the University of Queensland. She has work experience in Australia and worked for the Nielsen Company for more than 2 years as a senior analyst.
Iris can be contacted at Iris@AustChinaAlumni.org.
ACAA South China Committee
Mr Kevin Li, President of the ACAA South China Committee and former Chairman of the Executive Board, Australian Chamber of Commerce – South China. He is also Executive Director of the Concorde Investment Management Group of Companies. Kevin is an alumnus of Victoria University.
Kevin may be contacted at Kevin.firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Joe Chow, the Chief Representative (South China) at American Appraisal, is an alumnus of Southern Cross University.
Ms Debra Gu is a Partner of Impact Human Resource Consulting and an alumna of the University of Technology Sydney.
Mr Xiao Bing Gu, the Regional Financial Controller (Asia) for Furniture Brands Asia, is an alumnus of Deakin University and Victoria University.
Ms Rosaline Yam, Managing Director, Sungrace Investments, is an alumna of Deakin University. Rosaline is also on the Business Development and Networking Sub-committee of the Australian Chamber of Commerce – South China.
Dr Roger You is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Marketing Officer of New Omega Medical. Roger is an alumnus of the University of Melbourne.