Our inspirational and earth shattering woman this week is Georgia Gleeson. She is not only expecting baby number 5 but has also just given birth to her second business, Running in Recovery.
In 2013, Georgia was one of six women selected in the Indigenous Marathon Project squad to train for the world-famous New York City Marathon. She had just six months of training to squeeze in before the big event.
This amazing woman is responsible for the nation-wide Deadly Runners movement, which is now run through the Indigenous Marathon Project. She founded the Queanbeyan Deadly Runners and is now utilising her skills...
Next up on our radar is Karlie Noon!
Anyone that knows us, knows how in awe we are of this amazing young woman! Karlie is a proud Gamilaraay woman and grew up in Tamworth, NSW. After finishing high school Karlie went on to graduate from university with a double degree in Mathematics and Physics. In 2016 she began a role at CSIRO's Indigenous STEM Education Project, where she had the opportunity to mentor Indigenous Year 10 students in science and encouraged them to be proud of their rich culture.
A strong message Karlie shares with Indigenous youth is to remind them that...
We are shining the spotlight on Marcia Ella-Duncan. Who our Marcia One Piece namesake! She is a pioneer of Netball in Australia and we love her tenacity and commitment.
Marcia started her netball career at 9 years old playing with La Perouse Netball Club. After making the decision to take netball further, she moved across to Randwick Rugby Netball Club (RRNC). At RRNC she represented the club in the under 12 team - which continued throughout her teens and early twenties. At 20 years old Marcia was invited to trial for the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) Netball Program. She became...
THE BALI EDITION:
Bali is arguably the most popular destination for Australian travelers looking to get away for a quick and easy tropical break. We recently hit the beautiful destination and have some hot tips to share with you!