A chemical engineer, turned social entrepreneur, turned Global Shaper, turned consultant has been recognised as the country’s Most Outstanding MBA Graduate at the inaugural Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) Awards in Melbourne. University of Queensland MBA graduate Bianca Goebel was presented the award at an event August 1. Other winners on the night included University of Wollongong’s Sriramprasanth Sivasubramani for Most Innovative Project and Dr Ryan Storr from Victoria University for the Most Outstanding Doctorate. GMAA National President Maxwell Gratton said the awards were designed to recognise graduate excellence. “We want to shine a spotlight on the importance of graduate management and business administration qualifications generally, as well as the value of an MBA in particular,” he said.