We are a diverse and capable team, culturally and professionally.
In 2018, three previous startup founders with industry experience across Law, IT and growing social enterprises came together to create what we know today as Chance. Since initiation, we have participated in various competitions and are honored to have won the Hult Prize at the Regional level in Dubai, 2019. We believe we have the ability to make a real and long-lasting impact for youth worldwide.
Meet The Team
Born in New Zealand, raised in China, Brent is the founder of a torts law podcast with 12,000+ international listeners and the largest online soft skill training platform in Myanmar.
As the winner of LawWithoutWalls and Sydney Genesis (Best Social Innovation), Brent is an avid listener with experience working across jurisdictions and managing complex project relationships.
Brent is currently a Chancellor's Scholar and the Pitt Cobbett Award recipient at the University of Sydney. He is also a featured speaker for IBUS5002 (Strategy, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship) and JDHorizons Legal Innovation Conference 2018 (Sydney).
Elisa co-founded her company InXplore, an online platform humanising travel to create localised experiences, at the age of 17. After working at two Australian edu-tech companies, Make A Mark Project and 1Scope, she currently manages growth at InsideSherpa, a Y-Combinator edu-tech start-up.
Elisa was the winner in the University of Sydney Innovation Shark Tank pitch competition, Tech Stars x Sydney Weekend Hackathon, Vibewire Social Impact Hackathon and North Sydney Innovation Pitch. In 2019, she will be at Stanford University for a semester-long entrepreneurship training program.
Elisa recently finished as a finalist at Sydney Genesis and was a fully funded participant of the Sydney School of Entrepreneurship India Start-up Bootcamp.
BSc/BComp (Adv) II
Coming from Singapore with a background in software engineering and finance, Kirath founded Helping Hands, an organisation to alleviate poverty in Kodaikanal, India before starting university.
Kirath then enrolled in the Singapore Armed Forces to work on finances and innovation. In two years, he attained 10 awards and saved the military over $1 million in expenditure. His prominent achievements have been recognised by the Chief of Defence.
Kirath is currently working as a Business Development executive at Chizzle, a Singaporean start-up, to assist the expansion of the company in India and Australia.