Rachel Nunn: Graduating Student Profile

Rachel Nunn: Graduating Student Profile
ANU Graduating Student of the Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development Program, Rachel Nunn.
Friday 14 December 2018

School of Archaeology and Anthropology student, Rachel Mason Nunn has an excellent podcast called 'Good Will Hunters', which she started three years after working in development, including for the World Bank and not-for-profit sector.

Rachel, who has completed her Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development and is graduating today, says it is increasingly apparent to her what a profound contribution the private sector can make, if they can align profits with purpose.

"Businesses globally are already beginning to do this but we have a long way to go, and think the first step is recognising the sorts of contributions businesses can make if they focus on cooperation and collaboration with actors in the not-for-profit and public sectors."

"I have developed a great network of professionals in the industry over the years, and love that i now get to chat with one of them each week and create a platform to share their message with the wider community."

For Good Will Hunters on Facebook, find out more here, or listen to the Good Will Hunters podcasts on iTunes here

Alternatively, you can hear more about Rachel Nunn's experience as an ANU Student, by listenening to her Canberra 2CC interview .


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