Ramona MartinoviciInternational Advisor - Melbourne
- Public Health
- Public Diplomacy
- Immigration Law
- Human Rights
- Master’s in Public Health, Evaluation & Programs Design, University of Melbourne
- Bachelor’s in Business Management, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University
- Immigration Law, Victoria University
Ramona Martinovici is a public health activist, human rights advocate, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. She is passionate about developing relations between Australia and the EU.
The advancement of education and ethical business collaborations underpins her career. She graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Master in Public Health, specializing in programs design and evaluation. She conceptualized and evaluated the Ambassadors Program, which implemented the first Australian Human Rights Charter across the Department of Health Victoria, Australia. She has designed Programs for Health Care Departments within different Educational Institutes in Australia, and managed the accreditation and programs implementation process.
In 2011 she founded Australia Wide International Education (AWIE) the company she currently manages. AWIE facilitates the exploration of professional, cultural, and business collaborations, providing market intelligence, education, and immigration consultancy to institutions, individuals, companies, and international business investors.
She also specialized in Immigration Law and International Education, and has a profound understanding of the immigration requirements and ongoing compliance for overseas business investors in Australia. She studied Business Management at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and, apart of expanding her business to the UK, has been working to promote opportunities for business collaborations between Australia and EU.
Ramona is the former Coordinator of the League of Romanian Students from Australia and NZ and is presently the coordinator of the CAESAR Foundation for Australia and NZ, working to consolidate the relationship between Romania and Australia.