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Caitlin Paroczai

Caitlin Paroczai is a third-year Media and Communications and Law student at The University of Western Australia. With interests in broadcast journalism and marketing, Caitlin is passionate about Australian startups creating social impact. A big lover of the arts, writing and public speaking, Caitlin views working in media as an opportunity to combine her passions with her work. Always seeking opportunities to expand her knowledge and experience, she is excited to be contributing to Startup News as a student journalist.

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