I’m pleased to welcome our new Policy Research Officer, Melissa Dimovski, to the Association.
Melissa recently completed a Bachelor of International Studies from the University of Wollongong and has worked on marketing and political campaigns.
Melissa is from Wollongong New South Wales and has family in Canberra, and she is excited about making the move to Canberra.
Melissa is enthusiastic about joining GEA and is looking forward to helping increase the contribution of gaseous fuels to Australia’s economy.
The annual Scholarship winner or winners will receive an amount in total of up to $10,000 to fund activities such as professional development, study or research that advances the downstream gaseous fuels (ie LPG, LNG and CNG) industry.
We are looking for applicants who are:
- proposing to undertake such activities; and
- an employee of a GEA member organisation whose application is supported and signed by the CEO, General Manager or equivalent of that organisation.