Shake hands and meet the academics and educators
Meet the Academics and Educators

Meet the academics and educators

Academic

Throughout the four weeks you will meet a practicing academic from RMIT University:

Linda Boyce
Business Owner of The Office Elsewhere and Academic

Linda has been a professional bookkeeper and business owner for over 15 years providing business support services to a diverse range of small and large organisations.

In addition to managing her business, Linda lectures at RMIT University in the College of Business to vocational students. By teaching in the vocational sector she brings to the classroom her theoretical, practical knowledge and skills in the area of accounting and bookkeeping.

In Australia, Linda is a member of the Institute of Public Accountants, the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and the Association of Accounting Technicians. In addition, she a registered agent with the Tax Practitioners Board.

Educators

Meet your Lead Educator and mentor who will take you on your journey over the next four weeks.

Lead Educator

Brett Stavenuiter
Business Program Manager, Senior Educator, Entrepreneur

Brett is cognisant of creating authentic, meaningful and engaging educational experiences for learners. His strength lies in involving and engaging learners in applying their knowledge to real life situations reflecting the work or discipline in which they are involved. He is a sought after speaker, participating in numerous business development conferences and seminars, and he is an active member of many business development associations in Australia. With over 20 years as managing director of his own company specialising in business and educational consultancy as well as a building retail businesses, Brett has assisted over 8,000 aspiring entrepreneurs learn and set up successful businesses working across three continents.

Brett not only shares his own in-depth business knowledge and experience, he also facilitates learning by encouraging other entrepreneurs to share their knowledge and experience and he builds on these to provide the best possible outcomes for learners.

Mentor

Rosie Johnson

Rosie has 25 years’ experience in developing and running her own businesses in the retail and service sectors. She has been a consultant to existing small business operators in Victoria for the past 15 years, providing training and advice on marketing, budgeting, systems, business planning, bookkeeping and financial management.

Over the last 15 years Rosie has worked in various marketing roles for organisations such as Alzheimer’s Australia (Vic.), Monash University - Faculty of Education and School of Political and Social Inquiry, Melbourne University Student Union (MUSU) and Melbourne River Cruises.

In addition, Rosie has provided business facilitation skills and accredited small business marketing and financial training for a variety of organisations.


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Online Business: Pricing for Success

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