Alan Huynh (A21 Young Leader, New Delhi, 2011) is a recipient of the 2013 Australian Leadership Awards which aim to “develop leadership, address priority regional development issues, and build partnerships and links between Australian organizations and their partner organizations in developing…” As an award recipient, he had the opportunity to attend the ADC Future Summit for which this year’s theme was “China – where to from here?” which explored various aspects of Australia’s engagement with China, including opportunities and challenges presented by the recent leadership change in the country. There is also an opportunity to be part of the leadership award alumni network.
Alan completed his Masters in Public Health and was appointed a Clinical Associate Lecturer, at the University of Sydney. He gave a presentation on multi-disciplinary clinical learning at the 17th National Prevocational Medical Education Forum, held in Perth, Australia last November. He also spoke at the Global Conference on Democracy, Human Rights and the Fragility of Freedom and the Young Leaders Program hosted by McGill University on Montreal, Canada this March.