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Dr Adrian Vicary is the President of the Australia India Business Council in South Australia and
a Director of AIBC Ltd.

Academic Qualifications: BA, DipEd, MA, PhD

Fellow of the University, University of South Australia
Adjunct Associate Professor, University of South Australia

Fellow: Association for Tertiary Education Management
Member: Australian Institute of Company Directors
Member: Board of the Council for International Trade and Commerce South Australia
Chairperson: Nexus Multicultural Arts Centre in Adelaide

Dr Vicary was a member of the South Australia India Advisory Council established by the South Australian Premier in March 2013, and which constructed the South Australia India Engagement Strategy. He has been involved in relationships with India for over 22 years, beginning with student mobility programs at the University of South Australia and extending into research and institutional partnerships, and SA Government Business Missions to India.

Previous Board positions held by Dr Vicary have included governance bodies in universities and secondary education.

Dr Vicary’s research publications include In the Interests of Education; History of Education in South Australia (Allen & Unwin, Sydney 1997); and book chapters and articles in the field of contractualism and the human services, and global citizenship. He is currently engaged in sociological research on intercultural engagement between Aboriginal and Indian people.


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Expressions of Interest for AIBC SA

AIBC is pleased to invite expressions of interest in accordance with 11 (c) (ii) of the AIBC Constitution from Australian business leaders and senior executives of companies that have an established track record in business to business undertakings between SA and India to be appointed as a member of the SA management Committee. The successful candidate will be eligible to vote for office bearers in the SA Chapter including President, Vice President and Treasurer. read more...

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