Meet the People
Whether it is the universities, university lecturers, supervisors and students we work with, in-country project partners, staff and health professionals, or local people on the ground in places where we operate, Nineteen Degrees put great focus on people.
Click on the images below to learn more about some of the different people making Nineteen Degrees what it is today. Get to know some of those you are likely to meet on the ground and read some of their stories and perspectives.
With over 20 years international student mobility, travel and teaching experience in the Asia-Pacific region, Fiona, is a strategic, innovative thinker with the ability to sensitively work in cross-cultural environments.
Michelle our travel agent has worked in various roles within the Travel Industry for the past 30 years, ranging from specialist niche travel companies, wholesalers and retail travel agencies both in Australia and the UK.
Prompt and enthusiastic, Vichhay is an outstanding host on the ground and takes a personal responsibility for all groups visiting Siem Reap.
Zoe de Reus
Zoe is a marketing and business development professional with over 8 years experience in both the tourism and corporate sector. She has travelled widely throughout the Asian region and participated in study programs in multiple countries in Asia.
With a Bachelors Degree in International Business and more than 13 years working in tourism and hospitality no challenge is too big for Phuong and she is always full of smiles!
In addition to working tirelessly within the responsible tourism sector in Nepal, Sonam has spent a number of years working for the Lions Club in Pokhara.
As Academic Lead for the Griffith University’s international clinical placements, Hazel is a wealth of knowledge and an inspiration, especially when it comes to community engagement, student career development and motivational learning.
Local Health Professionals
Here’s a few examples of some of the local health professionals you may meet along the way, should you decide to visit Cambodia on your clinical experience.
Meet some of the of the characters you may work alongside, if you take up a Nineteen Degrees Physiotherapy study placement in Cambodia.
Local Physio Patients
In Cambodia the projects Nineteen Degrees’ partner with help a variety of people. Here are some examples of the patients you’re likely to be meeting during your placement.