"ANZSOG has given me another layer, another step up, to enhance what was already there. I now know how to navigate relationships for the benefit of the people who I’ve been trying to provide a platform for; which is vulnerable Aboriginal people. And now I truly understand what my purpose is." - Paulleen Markwort, Specialist Adviser – Aboriginal Reform Projects, Department of Health and Human Services (2016 EMPA alumni)
Our alumni are a community of influential public and not-for-profit sector leaders from across Australia, New Zealand and the Indo-Pacific region. The community is now around 3600 strong and based in 37 countries. The alumni are an unparalleled resource for your professional network.
Every person that completes the Executive Masters of Public Administration, Executive Fellows Program, Towards Strategic Leadership or an international program becomes part of our alumni.
We see the alumni as a group of people we can work with, advocate for and engage in some of the big issues the public and for-purpose sectors are confronting. As part of this community, you have a unique opportunity to contribute to the future direction of the School and the public purpose sectors at large.
Our Alumni program will help you to build on and refresh your skills, knowledge and networks, and broaden your sphere of influence.
The program is designed to keep you connected, inspired, educated and enriched.
The Alumni Advisory Council is the ANZSOG alumni peak representative body.
The Council represents the interests and views of a diverse alumni community and provides a formal channel for alumni to communicate with the ANZSOG executive to inform our future direction, education and research offerings and alumni activities.
View members of the Alumni Advisory Council.
Interested in applying for the Council? Send your CV and a one-page statement summarising how you will deliver on the Council member requirements as outlined in the
Terms of Reference
Alumni chapters are an excellent way for alumni to expand their professional and personal networks.
Local chapters are typically organised by location, although some also operate by as cross-jurisdictional cohorts. Local chapters help to:
Alumni network guidelines
For current or future ANZSOG program participants, we have alumni based across Australia and New Zealand who can provide an insider’s perspective of what it is like to participate in ANZSOG programs. If you would like to contact an alum, please see our Alumni Ambassadors directory.
Keep in touch with the School and connect with fellow alumni.
You can now add ANZSOG and your course to the Education section on your LinkedIn profile.
To do this, please go to your LinkedIn profile, click ‘+’ in the Education section, and populate the fields. You can copy and paste details from the course relevant to you on page two. Download these instructions for more information:
Add ANZSOG to your LinkedIn profile