Miriam Doi is the Manager, Curriculum Innovation & Development in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Tasmania. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Laws from the University of Tasmania and qualified as a lawyer in the State of New South Wales, completing legal training at the College of Law in Sydney. With a combination of training in law and Japanese language, Miriam was employed in an international law firm for several years in Australia and practiced as a paralegal in a Japanese law firm for over six years. She also obtained qualifications as a teacher of English as a Second Language at the University of New South Wales and taught part-time at various middle- and senior secondary schools in Japan. Upon her return to live in Australia, she worked as a legal translator and paralegal and also for more than ten years as an Associate Lecturer in Japanese language at the University of Tasmania. In her current role as Manager, Curriculum Development and Innovation, Miriam works collaboratively with Faculty executive and staff in the development and implementation of learning and teaching and internationalisation initiatives, with particular focus on establishing and building relationships with senior staff in national and international potential partner organisations and universities.