Victor Lin | Chief Executive Officer

Coming from a modest upbringing, Victor understands the power of education to change lives. As a founding member of Teaching for Impact (TFI), he brings over 7 years of experience in the not-for-profit sector, having previously co-founded and led the Young Australians’ Cancer Initiative (YACI) and the Australian Students’ Society of Haematology (ASSH). Outside of TFI, Victor works as a doctor and researcher at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre. He holds a Bachelor of Biomedicine and Doctor of Medicine from the University of Melbourne, as well as a Master of Public Health from the University of Sydney. As a clinician, he is especially passionate about propagating the practice of evidence-based medicine and empowering patients to make informed decisions about their own health. 

Cherry Shi | Chief Operating Officer

Cherry Shi is an upcoming medical intern at the Austin hospital. She has had a long-standing interest in student education, as demonstrated by her involvement in the General Workshops Subcommittee for the MD Student Conference 2020, as well as her past role as the Public Lecture Manager for the Melbourne University Health Initiative and class tutor at Breakthrough Education. As a past member of Rotaract Australia, she was also involved in education projects raising funds for important causes such as bowel cancer and disaster relief. 

Nirmala Rao Dhanawada | Head of Technology, Communication and Sponsorships

Nirmal is a seasoned Information Technology professional with extensive experience developing software tools and managing technology delivery. An established technology leader who integrates technology into an organisation’s ecosystem to achieve business goals. Collaborated with cross-functional teams and technical partners to deliver large-scale projects within the organisation.

Warren Huang | Secretary

Jason Dong | Head of People and Culture

George He | Head of Expansion

George is passionate about education having lots of experience mentoring and teaching students from high school to medical school. He completed his medical degree at the University of Melbourne before moving over to work as a doctor in NSW at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney NSW. He hopes to reach and positively impact as many students as possible through the Teaching for Impact NSW program and initiatives. 

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