ACES Committee 2022


Amandi Peiris

Amandi decided to join ACES in her first year to delve into the Chemical Engineering community. She was the social media officer for 2020/2021, connecting students and professionals throughout the COVID-19 lockdowns.
As President, Amandi aspires to be part of the ACES legacy whilst helping to develop the club on its’ path to greatness. Her end-state vision is to provide prospective and present Chemical Engineering students at RMIT opportunities to connect with the industry. Other than ACES, Amandi's determined to give back to her chemical engineering community by being a committee member at the Joint Victorian Chemical Engineering Committee, an affiliation between IChemE and Engineers Australia to provide professional development for students and professionals across the state. During her downtime, she enjoys experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen and reading novels.


Sabrina Yap Utama

Sabrina has attended ACES activities since her first year and she was the ACES Professional Director for 2020/2021. Seeing how ACES has helped her gain networks and meet fellow students, she decided to continue as Vice President to be more involved herself. As the Vice President, her goal is to help fellow chemical engineering students here at RMIT to be more exposed to real engineering concepts through various professional events and build their own network bubbles. Outside of ACES, Sabrina has been involved in a lot of organizations such as PPIA, an Indonesian non-profit community, and has done several summer internships throughout her university years.


Bryce Reddick

Bryce joined ACES in the middle of his second year studying Chemical Engineering. He joined ACES hoping to learn extra skills and develop professional relationships to better prepare himself for the future. His goal as secretary is to become a useful and helpful member of the ACES committee and to help the club in organizing social and professional events for students.


Grace Bonthorne

Grace is a penultimate year chemical engineering student, that recently transferred to RMIT. She joined ACES after learning about the events they hold, which gave her many opportunities for industry connections and to meet people with similar interests. Grace's goal as the treasurer of ACES is to maintain the current standing and to promote the club even more to her cohort. Her other interests include fitness, travel, and astronomy.

Social Media Officer

Long Pham

Long is a fourth-year chemical engineering and applied chemistry student. Having heard of ACES since his first year, he decided to join the committee to be more involved in the student community. With prior experience as marketing director in other student clubs, he took on the role of social media officer at ACES. Long's goal as the social media officer is to help grow and develop ACES' online presence while also developing new ways to connect with members. Besides ACES, Long enjoys martial arts and embroidery.