Vic Grosjean (Australia)
Chartered engineer with 12 years of ocean experience, Vic is Principal Consultant at OceanX Group, a cutting-edge company that is developing technology to monitor and remove pollution from waterways and clean up our oceans.
Vic holds a formal qualification in electronics (Bachelors), in mechatronics engineering (Masters in Robotics) and environmental monitoring (Masters in Physics). In 2018, he became a Chartered Engineer and integrated the National Engineering Register for his expertise in information, telecommunications, and electronics engineering as well as leadership and management.
Holding a leading role in the community, Vic is the immediate past President of Melbourne City Rotaract Club (MCRC), he is involved as Board Member of the Australian Autonomous Unmanned System Association (AAUS) and corresponding member on The National Committee for Mechatronics (NCMech) with Engineers Australia.
As a supporter of Rotary Values, Vic is an active member of ESRAG and strong supporter of the End Plastic Soup Project. For the past 3 years, he has been providing an innovative approach to clean water through his environmental project "The Ocean CleanX" throughout Melbourne Rotaract & Rotary clubs.
As a leader and community educator, he strives for projects to reduce water pollution on a global scale and make a long-term difference for humanity. His career focus is to build collaboration between organizations in order to advance engineering and preserve the environment with the ultimate goal of saving our oceans.
In 2018, Vic Grosjean was selected by Barry Rassin, President of Rotary International, to showcase his work at the United Nations in Kenya and was named as “One of Six, People of Action: Young Innovators”.