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How would your friends describe you in a couple of sentences?
The first thing my friends would probably say is I am outgoing and love a good convo! I think they would say I am a loyal friend and relentlessly positive (definitely a glass-half-full type of gal)
If you could be a crayon, what colour would you be?
What do you spend your time on?
I am a big reader! So I spend a lot of time reading and trying to reach my Goodreads goal for the year! If I am not doing that you can find me swimming or hanging out with my friends and whanau. I also have a massive passion for helping people be more engaged civically so I spend some time volunteering at Community Law and working on engagement in our communities
Where is your favourite place in the Waikato?
Lake Karapiro, I went to primary school out here and it reminds me so much of my childhood.
Who inspires you?
My Mum and Dad! They are both teachers and have been a massive inspiration. They are Role-Models to me and I am sure many other students they have taught!
What’s the most courageous thing you’ve ever done?
Moving out of home
What’s the one thing you've learnt lately that's made a big difference on your journey?
The art of saying no, it is important not to spread yourself too thin and make sure you accept opportunities that align with your beliefs. I used to be a massive people pleaser but I have learned you need to put boundaries and do things that reflect your own kaupapa.
What inspired you to join Seed Waikato?
The incredible people who work for Seed! And the amazing mahi they do. I have always admired their commitment to systems change and I wanted to contribute to it!
What’s the best thing you bring to Seed Waikato?
I bring a huge passion for systems change and rangatahi engagement
What's been a highlight for you so far at Seed Waikato?
Working with like-minded individuals
What does Seed Waikato mean to you?
Empowering, fostering, and nurturing the power of the collective
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