Conversations: Mishma Kumar and Trinh Le
The Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences presents Conversations, a series of Q&A events featuring recent Arts alumni. Come along for the chance to ask these recent graduates about how they've made the leap from study into employment, and what challenges, surprises, and twists they've faced along the way.
On 10 October 2018 we'll be featuring Mishma Kumar and Trinh Le. Mishma is a recent Master of Social Policy graduate who now works as a Team Leader / Senior Outreach Clinician at Odyssey House Victoria. Trinh Le is a recent Master of Publishing and Communications graduate who now works as a Radio Producer at SBS Radio.
Enter your questions when you register, and we'll ask them for you at the event! Read more about Mishma and Trinh in the presenter links below.
Mr Trinh Le , Radio Producer, Vietnamese language team
Mr Trinh Le
Radio Producer, Vietnamese language team
Trinh Le graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Master of Publishing and Communications in 2016. Since then, he has been working as a Radio Producer for the Vietnamese language team at SBS Radio. His responsibilities include producing radio features, presenting live broadcast programs, reporting on community events, and conducting interviews with notable figures in the Vietnamese community in Australia. During his study at The University of Melbourne, he also volunteered as a reporter for Meld Magazine, an independent notforprofit media outlet in Australia with a focus on contents that matter to international students.
Ms Mishma Kumar, Team Leader and Senior Outreach Clinician, Overdose Prevention Program
Ms Mishma Kumar
Team Leader and Senior Outreach Clinician, Overdose Prevention Program
Odyssey House Victoria
Mishma is currently the Team Leader and Senior Outreach Clinician of the Overdose Prevention Program for the North West and South West catchments of metropolitan Melbourne through Odyssey House Victoria. She has been working in the Alcohol and Other Drugs sector for 6 years now. She also volunteers at The Welcome Dinner Project and is starting her own organisation called The Iceberg Foundation. She is passionate about sustainable change for communities and individuals and strives to connect people to one another and their community in her professional and personal life.