Caroline Juricic is a strategy and finance professional with global experience across corporates, not-for-profits and government, passionate about using business as a force for good. Since 2017 she has worked in a variety of advisory roles at the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) in Sydney, most recently as Executive Officer to the CEO.
An Australian by birth, Caroline grew up in London and began her career there. After graduating from Oxford University, she spent over six years in investment banking (mainly at UBS), focussed on the energy sector.
In 2015 she took part in the On Purpose program, a highly selective one-year scheme involving weekly training alongside work placements in social enterprises/charities, designed to develop leaders for the social enterprise sector. As part of her On Purpose year she worked with charities and social enterprises across the UK on developing social business ideas. She also spent six months at FareShare, a food waste charity, assisting management on their goals and strategy. Post-On Purpose Caroline continued to work in the impact investing space. In 2017, she spent time travelling in Southeast Asia and the US before relocating to Sydney and starting work at Austrade.
Caroline holds a first-class degree in Mathematics and Philosophy (MMathPhil) from Oxford University and is a CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) charterholder.