Vidthyany Ananthapavan is among more than 2,400 students who have graduated from The Australian National University this week.
The 2013 Meyer Vandenberg Prize for Property Law winner recipient grew up in Dubbo and since moving to the ANU she has been heavily involved in the ANU Regional and Rural Remote Students Society as President, Secretary and Social Officer.
Vidthyany also co-founded the ANUSA START Small Business Program, which ran for just one semester but helped nurture and launch a couple of promising business ventures by ANU students.
She participated in student competitions run by the ANU Actuarial, Finance, Economics, Commerce Students’ Society (AFEC) where students had the opportunity to get a taste of what it’s like to work in a consultancy firm.
Vidthyany has started a graduate job at Price WaterhouseCoopers, as an Economics and Policy Consultant.