Captain Amrinder Singh Ghuman is a Royal Australian Engineer officer in the Australian Army. He has a Bachelor in Civil Engineering and a Master in Project Management from the University of New South Wales. Over the past six years, Amrinder has led soldiers on Operation Fiji Assist in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Winston, Operation Accordion/Okra in Iraq, as well as managed a broad range of infrastructure projects from regional Australia to Papua New Guinea. Amrinder is also passionate about working with Sikh Youth Australia, where he helps teenagers navigate the challenges of growing up a visible minority. He is also an avid hockey player, having represented the Australian Defence Force. With his John Monash Scholarship, Amrinder intends to pursue a Master of Business Administration with a focus on how the Australian Government can improve infrastructure delivery. He is particularly interested in leading resilient and sustainable infrastructure projects throughout the Indo-Pacific.