In this instalment of “Where are they now?” we spoke with Jeremy Andrews from the Class of 1998.
Jeremy is a foreign affairs and international development (foreign aid) professional currently working with Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). Jeremy’s focus over the past decade has been Australia’s engagement in the Pacific, particularly in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Jeremy has performed a range of diplomatic and project management roles, both as a DFAT official and as an adviser with DFAT-funded projects; his recent focus has been supporting the expansion of electricity, telecommunications and water and sanitation services across PNG. After an extended period in PNG, Jeremy is relocating to Canberra for a new role focusing on the Solomon Islands.