Since receiving the BCG Scholarship in 2012, Alice has completed arts and law degrees at the University of Auckland and is currently on a Rhodes Scholarship to study development economics and public policy at Oxford University.
Alice received the University of Auckland’s Major Award (Service and Leadership Blue) for outstanding contribution to the university community. She went on to work as a judge’s clerk to Honorable Justice William Young in the Supreme Court of New Zealand.
Winning the BCG Scholarship has enabled Alice to make the most of her last two years of study and to learn more about BCG’s work in Australia. At university, Alice led Make a Difference with Economics (MADE), an organization that brings students face to face with real world economic problems. She also started the Applied Economics Workshop initiative, which challenges students to take economics out of the classroom and into society to improve outcomes.
Alice is a talented musician, playing the trombone, oboe, viola, and piano. She enjoys teaching and composing. She was humbled and privileged to receive the BCG Scholarship, and to be associated with a firm that values the determination to think boldly and to make a difference.