Being of service runs in my blood. Growing up in a family in the armed forces, and my Dad a volunteer in the coast guard, I’ve always felt there’s more we can be doing at work and in the community. Volunteering is a great way to give back, keep occupied, socialise and meet new, interesting people that can help shape a broader perspective on life.
I love to share my knowledge and skills in different ways to help people. For example, I’m a volunteer with the NSW State Emergency Service; and at work, I’ve just become an Allianz First Aider. Another volunteer program I’m very proud to be involved in is Life Lab: Money. It’s a mentoring program between Allianz and the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Australia which seeks to equip young people with disabilities with the skills, confidence and knowledge to more effectively manage their finances.