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Leadership

David McCubbin

Chief Consultant

David is the Chief Consultant of Oz Study, an authorised representative of the New South Wales (NSW) Department of Education on international programs. David is also an executive member of the Australia-China Young Leaders Association, a not-for-profit organisation aims to promote and foster the relationship between Australia and China. In the meantime, David serves as a commit member at The Creative Skills Training Council, Asia-Pacific. Moreover, David is Australia’s leading Corporate Dramatist and Managing Director of the organisational development, training and media production company, Coup.

During his career, David has worked at and with many iconic international and multi-national corporates such as Westpac, Vodafone, Leadlease and Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

David graduated from the famous NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) and was an award-winning actor during his acting career.

David cares about Arts and Culture, Education, and especially Chinese history and language. He is currently learning Mandarin and Chinese history and has an ambition to travel around China to get to know the country and its people better.

Other Current Appointments

  • Managing Director of Coup
  • Director of Corteks Company

Board Committee Memberships

  • Member of the Australia China SME Association (ACSME) Committee
  • Member of the Australia-China Young Leaders Association (ACYL) Committee
  • Member of the Creative Skills Training Council, Asia Pacific

 

Wei JIANG

Principal Director

Wei is the Principal Director of Oz Study, an authorised representative of the New South Wales (NSW) Department of Education on international programs. Wei is also elected as the 2017/2018 President of the Australia-China Young Leader Association, a not-for-profit organisation aims to promote and foster the relationship between Australia and China. Before joining Oz Study, Wei was the Capability Manager at Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), the top Australian bank as well as the largest bank in the Southern Hemisphere.

During her career, Wei has worked as the Group Learning & Development Project Manager (Global) at Lendlease, Australia’s largest building, construction, design and development company who completed Sydney Opera House, looking after learning & development needs of appx. 18,000 employees globally covering Australia, Asia, Americas and Europe. Previously, Wei was the Asia Pacific (APAC) Learning & Development Manager at Cochlear at Macquarie University, responsible for employees in Australia, New Zealand, Greater China, Japan, Korea, India and Singapore. Wei has extensive Learning & Development experience covering many multi-national and 500 Fortune companies including Fuji Xerox, Lenovo, Mitsubishi Electric, Cochlear, Lendlease, and CBA.

Wei believes education is about shaping the future, and cares about education, culture and arts heritage. She is a Shaolin Kung Fu and Yang Style Tai Chi practioner and won the 2016 NSW Traditional Weaponry Form Gold Medal.

Other Current Appointments

  • Deputy Chairman of Sichuan Huizhitongzhou Education Service Co. Ltd
  • Deputy Chairman of iWisdom Training School Co. Ltd

Board Committee Memberships

  • President of the Australia-China Young Leaders Association (ACYL)
  • Standing Committee Member of the Australian Educational Robotics Committee (AERC)

 

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