ATN Entrepreneurs

Angelica CheungAngelica Cheung

Editor in Chief, Vogue China
MBA, University of South Australia

As founding editor of Vogue China, Angelica Cheung, has been described as one of the most powerful women in fashion in China. She built the magazine from scratch in 2005 and almost a decade later demand continues to grow, with a readership of more than 1.4 million for its monthly magazine and 400,789 for its quarterly Vogue Collections. Read more...


Rob CastenedaRob Castaneda

Founder and CEO of ServiceRocket 
Bachelor of Information Technology, UTS

Rob Castaneda was named one of Silicon Valley’s ‘40 Under 40’ which recognises professionals in the Silicon Valley area under the age of 40 who are impacting their industries and their communities. Castaneda’s company, ServiceRocket provides products and services around education, support and deployment to software companies, helping them to better service their clients. Read more...


Kim McKay AOKim McKay AO

Director and CEO, Australian Museum and Director, Momentum2 and Founder of Clean Up Australia, BA Communications, UTS 

Kim McKay's international career in media, social & sustainability marketing, and communications spans over 25 years and every continent. In June 2008 she was recognised by the Australian government for distinguished service to the environment and the community and was awarded an Order of Australia (AO), one of that country's highest civilian honours. Read more...


Andrea MylesAndrea Myles

CEO & Co-Founder of China Australia Millennial Project
MA International Studies, Master of Arts China Studies, UTS

Andrea Myles co-founded China Australia Millennial Project to connect leading talent in both nations via a world first incubator & social change program. In 2014 she was named one of Australia's 100 Most Influential Women by Westpac and the Australian Financial Review. In 2015 Andrea was a finalist in the Emerging Entrepreneur category of the NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards, and has also been nominated by Australia's Former Foreign Minister Professor Bob Carr for a 2015 Telstra Business Women's Award. Read more...


Natalie BloomNatalie Bloom

Founder, Bloom Cosmetics
Bachelor of Arts (Visual Communication), RMIT University 

Natalie says the practical focus of her degree at RMIT has helped shape her career. “RMIT was quite invaluable for me starting a business, because in business it’s not just about the package, it’s about everything else that goes with it, how it is photographed, or merchandised in store, it’s the full brand management. RMIT really equipped me to have a sensitivity to a broad range of skills,” she says. Read more...


Daniel AlmagoDaniel Almago

Founder, Engineers Without Borders
Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace Engineering) & Bachelor of Business (Business Administration), RMIT University

After completing university, Daniel was frustrated by the limited opportunities for young engineers to get involved in development projects in third world countries because of their lack of experience. This drove him to establish Engineers Without Borders Australia (EWB) which allows the engineering community to use their engineering skills for a good cause. Read more...