What do you spend your time on?
Apart from studying law, psychology and philosophy, I work as a law clerk and property manager, and of course with Seed. When I’m not doing any of these, you can find me having some chill time at home, shopping more than I should be or eating out with friends (food is life <3).
What’s the most courageous thing you’ve ever done?
I once performed a dance and act in front of almost 1000 people!
What colour crayon would you be?
A special one that can change colours to whatever you want. I’m super adaptable and enjoy helping others, so I’d love to be able to add a colourful ray of positivity and perspective to people’s lives :)
What inspired you to join Seed Waikato?
The amazing work that it has been doing! Seed Waikato is a movement that has and continues to impact the wellbeing of thousands of people. Its forward looking approach to deal with current issues is extremely relevant and needed in our community. At its core, Seed is here by the people and for the people, and that really resonates with me and my own values.
What does Seed Waikato mean to you?