Dr Amitendu Palit is Senior Research Fellow and Research Lead (Trade and Economic Policy) at the Institute of South Asian Studies (ISAS) in the National University of Singapore. He is an economist specializing in international trade, political economy and comparative economic studies. He was earlier an Adviser in India’s Ministry of Finance. He’s a columnist for India’s Financial Express, contributor for China Daily, and an expert commentator for Channel News Asia, Bloomberg, BBC and CNBC. He combines academic expertise with long experience of public policy practice and extensive exposure to media. He is one of the topmost experts in combining economic, political and strategic understanding of the region and India.
I’ve been lucky enough to work in the Australian TV industry for over 15 years now and worked in a range of various sectors and roles.
I’d love to be your Mentor and share my career tips to help you reach your own career goals.
I can offer advice on setting and re-evaluating professional goals, changing industries or if you are just starting out the steps you need to take to get into the industry.
An accomplished tv news presenter, a multi award winning corporate communicator, a respected and trusted communications coach.
I’m a 35 year veteran of broadcast television production, management, and consulting and have worked for Network affiliates, major syndicators, Cable Networks, production companies, and have produced scores of independent production projects.
My success is centered on story-telling; creating the best commercial, short-form or long-form content that activates a direct-response. I’m an expert who finds the emotional triggers, the tipping-points, specific benefits that create winning spots, programs, and campaign
Down to earth and outgoing person who has experience in education and also business. I have worked in high school/college athletics for 8 years and business for over 9 years. Looking to help someone early in their career or looking to make a transition.
I can share my professional experience and strategies that will work specifically in Canada. At the same time, I believe that creative process at all is universal for any country.
Whether supporting capital markets development projects in sub-Saharan Africa at the World Bank, IFC; launching some of the earliest and most successful interactive programming and transmedia offerings in the world; or introducing the first nationwide 4G Wimax network in Malaysia, Marta’s unconventional, quick-start approach has helped to create positive disruption in diverse industries worldwide.
As a career expat who has lived in seven major media and government centers across Asia Pacific, the U.S. and Western Europe, she has moved cities, countries, and continents in six weeks or less on multiple occasions. After receiving a Master’s in International Relations from Boston University Brussels, and a B.A. in foreign languages and mass communications, she went on to live and work in some of the world’s leading business, media and political centers, including: Brussels, Hong Kong, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Singapore, Sydney, and Washington, DC.
From 2005-2012, she was a founding Board Member of the Singapore chapter of Junior Achievement, the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students in workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. Over the years, she has served as a mentor and volunteer for The Alliance for Women in Media (Los Angeles), The Singapore Council of Women’s Organization, Women in Media (Sydney) and Women’s Media Networks (Hong Kong & Singapore).
I love mentoring:
I am a media professional with eight years of experience working across both the 7 and 9 networks.
I began my career as a media librarian at the Seven Network and worked my way through the ranks while completing my degree at the University of Wollongong. I have worked across Sunrise, The Morning Show, 7 News, 9 News, The Today Show and Mornings (now Today Extra), before making the switch to the world of PR.
I am currently the state Media Advisor for Shine Lawyers, managing all of our media interests across NSW.
I have enjoyed a high-profile media career across all aspects of the industry for the past 25 years. I have worked in newspapers, television, magazines, have tutored in media at University and am now applying my knowledge and skills to corporate brands and companies. I have specialised in sport and have headed up the media operations for major events and competitions in Australia and overseas. I would love to help mentor and guide dedicated and aspiring professionals with some of the intel and experience I have gained throughout my career.
My career in television, health journalism, and publishing started when I decided I no longer wanted to sit at a desk all day. Instead, I crafted a personal brand as a “herb nerd” and set about using my qualifications in a new way: to communicate to a larger audience the benefits of nutrition, herbal medicine, and preventative health interventions.
As a mentor, I can assist in developing the skills necessary for a career in media. We will look at how you first develop a strong personal brand, how you can use social media to increase awareness, and how to then transition into mainstream media. I’ll also assist with your written and verbal communication skills as they relate to the industry, and — perhaps most importantly — coach mentees on how to attract commercial deals and turn their personal brand into a profitable career.
Visit www.reececarter.com.au to find out more about me — and be sure to take a look at the ‘Media’ page for a selection of my work in television and written publications.
Hi, I’m Shelly Horton. I’m a journalist and in the past 25 years I’ve worked in all aspects of the media including TV, radio, print and online.
I love being a mentor. I have been a mentor to many over the past five years.
I can help guide your career, coach you on how ask for a pay rise or tell you when it’s time to leave a dead-end job.
I will happily praise your accomplishments but, be warned, I also provide tough love and constructive feedback.
I will share the career tips I’ve picked up along the way and keep my ear to the ground for new opportunities that might suit you.
Basically, I will be your biggest cheerleader.