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Alumni profile: Mark Bekhit

 

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Doctor | Waitemata District Health Board

During his studies Mark was involved with a number of entrepreneurial ventures and co-founded The Learning Collaborative NZ, a non-profit that aimed to improve educational equity in New Zealand. The Learning Collaborative NZ was a finalist in the Velocity $100k Challenge in 2015.

“An entrepreneurial mindset has helped me stand out from the crowd at every stage, while creating meaningful impact within the community.”

At The Learning Collaborative NZ, Mark was responsible for People and Culture and Marketing. While growing the tutor pool from 40 to 120 staff over three months, he also managed marketing projects including creating the brand identity, crowdfunding and website design and maintenance.

Mark also worked with Cambridge Campus, part of the Campus Link Foundation, set up to help as many secondary school students as possible reach their academic potential, despite educational inequalities. Through this experience Mark developed his leadership skills in a fast-paced organisation. He collaborated with the IB Campus and NCEA Campus, which are part of the overarching Campus Link Foundation. This collaboration taught him the importance of helping each other in order to make progress.

After completing his studies in November 2019, Mark plans to work as a doctor in addition to continuing his work as an entrepreneur. 

Mark graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Auckland.

 

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Doctor | Waitemata District Health Board

During his studies Mark was involved with a number of entrepreneurial ventures and co-founded The Learning Collaborative NZ, a non-profit that aimed to improve educational equity in New Zealand. The Learning Collaborative NZ was a finalist in the Velocity $100k Challenge in 2015.

“An entrepreneurial mindset has helped me stand out from the crowd at every stage, while creating meaningful impact within the community.”

At The Learning Collaborative NZ, Mark was responsible for People and Culture and Marketing. While growing the tutor pool from 40 to 120 staff over three months, he also managed marketing projects including creating the brand identity, crowdfunding and website design and maintenance.

Mark also worked with Cambridge Campus, part of the Campus Link Foundation, set up to help as many secondary school students as possible reach their academic potential, despite educational inequalities. Through this experience Mark developed his leadership skills in a fast-paced organisation. He collaborated with the IB Campus and NCEA Campus, which are part of the overarching Campus Link Foundation. This collaboration taught him the importance of helping each other in order to make progress.

After completing his studies in November 2019, Mark plans to work as a doctor in addition to continuing his work as an entrepreneur. 

Mark graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery at the University of Auckland.

 


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