“I feel extremely blessed and lucky to be a member of St Paul’s during my final year of my degree, the support, care and guidance I received from the College shaped me into who I am today” said Tiffany on news of her graduation as a Juris Doctor of the University of Sydney. Tiffany was the first female student enrolled at St Paul’s College and the first student admission to Graduate House. As a result she was accorded the honour of becoming the first young woman to be a Pauline and member of St Paul’s College Union, confirmed at a ceremony in Graduate House in September 2019.
Tiffany has also been awarded a 2020 Amy Louise Hart Scholarship, a prize awarded by the College to Graduate House members with the highest semester average mark in the preceding semester.
Tiffany is currently doing an internship in the Beijing Representative Office of the World Economic Forum but plans to return to Sydney for her postponed graduation ceremony and to begin a Masters in Public Health. Tiffany commented about the influence her internship and Paul’s has had on her: “The World Economic Forum has launched the Great Reset initiative with HRH The Prince of Wales, which is all about ‘think big and act now’ to rebuild a better future. St Paul’s is a leader and a pioneer, and the College has constantly evolved in the best way possible. The College will always shine bright and nurture more and more future leaders of the society under all of your leadership.”
The College community congratulates Tiffany on her achievements and wishes her every success for the future.