The seven recipients of the inaugural 2002 round of the GAMAA Education Scholarship Fund have been announced. They are Coates Australia regional manager for Queensland Stephen Brunsden, Varn International technical sales manager Mark Cameron, Seven Worldwide account manager Russell Cavanagh, Toyo Inks technical services director Anthony Choi, Roden Print sales and marketing manager Chris Roden, G Force Business Solutions manager Richard Rasmussen and Ferag assistant accountant Michael Dongo. GAMAA will provide mentors for the successful applicants as well as support them in a business management course of their choice from universities around Australia.
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