Student Support Assistants
The Student Support Assistants are also residents at Medley Hall and provide academic support and pastoral care for students ensuring their well being is looked after.
Caleb is a proud Wulli-Wulli man who grew up in Brisbane, Queensland. Caleb is currently studying a Master of Development Studies at the University of Melbourne, having completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) from Griffith University. He works in the property sector focusing on climate transformations, sustainability governance and First Nations economic development. He also enjoys playing competitive volleyball, connecting with people and discovering delicious foods.
Amba-Rose is a proud Gumbaynggirr nyami from the mid-north coast of NSW. Amba-Rose is currently studying a PhD at the University of Queensland with a focus on the co-health status of Country and First Nations Peoples and is also teaching at the University of Melbourne. Amba-Rose previously completed her undergraduate and postgraduate studies at the University of Melbourne. Amba-Rose enjoys strolls on the beach, fromageries, and movies at Cinema Nova.
Zac is currently in his second year of the Doctor of Medicine program at the University of Melbourne. Originally from the Gold Coast, he studied a Bachelor of Biomedical Science at the University of Queensland in Brisbane where he solidified his passion for health and medicine. Zac has lived at Medley Hall for one year, and this is his first year as a Student Support Assistant. In his spare time he enjoys playing classical guitar, walks through Carlton Gardens and indulging in the local coffee scene.
Originally from South Australia, Sarah completed her Bachelor of Arts (Honours) at the University of Melbourne. She has an extensive background in residential support, having been an academic tutor in linguistics, music and Italian at Janet Clarke Hall, Queen’s, and Newman College. She is always up for a chat and enjoys learning different languages, playing the piano and experimenting with new recipes.