Mr Scott Clarey
Council member
BA (Hons) (2005), BCom (2004)

Scott Clarey completed a combined BCom/BA (First Class Honours) degree and enrolled in a PhD in the then Political Science Department. Scott’s international career experience includes work with the United Nations in Cambodia, and as a policy officer and diplomat in Australia's Department of Foreign affairs and Trade. At DFAT he worked on shorter-term assignments in a range of countries including China, Korea, Pakistan and Switzerland, as well as a long-term posting to Australia's High Commission in Singapore.

Between 2014 and 2017, Scott worked at the University as a tutor and teaching assistant as well as a lecturer and subject coordinator in both undergraduate and postgraduate subjects. He is currently a Member in the Migration and Refugee Division of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal where his work includes hearing appeals of asylum seekers whose applications have been refused by the Australian government.

Scott is interested in contributing his mix of skills and experience to the University and providing advice around effective management of international alumni networks and how that can be leveraged to benefit the University and Australia.

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