Vincent is an international development specialist with almost 20 years of experience in the aid and development sector, with particular focus on business development. Prior to his role at UQ, he was the Development Manager for International Projects at the Queensland University of Technology. He has a proven track record in successfully securing numerous international development projects encompassing more than 25 countries in Asia, the Pacific, Africa, and South America. Vincent worked in 17 countries (Australia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Cambodia, Ghana, Indonesia, Laos, Maldives, Mongolia, Nepal, Philippines, Tanzania, and Thailand), all involving international development work through the delivery of capacity building programs and project management.

He negotiated more than 100 international and domestic partnerships through business development and program delivery in Australia and overseas and conducted several business development missions in Asia, the Pacific, and Africa. He collaborated with various government agencies, the private sector, and the civil society in Australia and overseas. Most of these collaborations involved stakeholder engagement and management. Vincent was also a consultant and capacity building specialist in a number of projects (mostly in monitoring, evaluation and learning) in the Philippines, Nepal, Maldives, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Mongolia, Tonga, Solomon Islands, Ghana and Tanzania.


  • Master of Natural Resource Economics (Resource Economics), The University of Queensland
  • Bachelor of Business Administration/Economics