Young Haleians Committee
Kim graduated from Hale in 2012 having formed a close group of Hale school mates. He attended UWA from 2013 to 2015, studied commerce - majoring in accounting and business law with his sights set on a professional services career in accounting. In 2016 he began working at BDO, an accounting firm in Subiaco, and is currently undertaking further study in the Charted Accountants Australia and New Zealand program. Kim spends his spare time with family and friends and loves playing or watching any sport under the sun.
Hudson graduated from Hale in 2015 as School Captain. He recently begun working with Nous Group in the Perth Office as a Management Consultant after 4 years in the education-technology sector and a background in Economics and Business Law.
Hudson is passionate about leadership in the community, in particular, raising awareness, funds and support for those living with complex disabilities. He is the Youth Patron Alumni Leader with Nulsen Disability Services and also enjoys playing footy with the Wembley Amateur Football Club.
Hamish graduated from Hale in 2013 as School Captain. He went on to study an undergraduate degree in science and currently studying the Doctor of Medicine (MD) at UWA. He’s had the fortune of meeting a neurosurgeon that was a former old boy through the Hale network and keeps regular contact with his mentor.
Outside study, Hamish gets involved with sport, particular hockey; among other co-curricular interests.
After immigrating to Australia in 2006, Kevin attended Hale from Year 8 and graduated in 2010. Shortly after graduating from UWA, he joined PwC's Deals team, where he’s currently completing his CA and CFA qualifications. Kevin enjoys catching up with old school friends in his spare time, and never turns down a trip to the beach or the ski slopes.
Matt graduated in 2018 and is undertaking his Bachelors degree at UWA studying Finance and Economics on the Winthrop Leaders Scholarship. In the future, he has ambitions to work in the corporate finance/investment banking sectors. As for now however, you’ll find Matt in a number of places; St Catherine’s College, immersing himself in the full University experience; working for Elevate Education presenting study skills seminars to students across WA or back at Hale tutoring for the Hale58 program, Matt is also an aivd rower and can often be seen on the Swan River bright and early coaching the upcoming Hale rowing crews.
Matt graduated in 2016 and started studying a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy at Curtin University. He has found a true passion for physio, with a particular interest in neurological rehabilitation for children, and for the next two years Matt will be conducting his Honours project in this area. When he's not studying, Matt works for Senses Australia, a disability services provider, and plays volleyball for Balcatta Volleyball Club.