Occupation: PhD Student in Veterinary Science
Interests: I’ve been lucky enough to travel for work to Timor, Bhutan and Laos and would love to continue work related travel.
Why did you want to become a club ambassador? To have the chance to send a positive message to young girls. Besides, I look great in blue and white.
When you’re not at a game representing The Sapphires your favourite things to do are? Play with my nephew, go for a run or hit up the gym and spend as much time outdoors as possible.
When you were younger you wanted to grow up to be.... According to my parents, I apparently wanted to be a queen...?
Three words you would use to describe yourself would be: Tenacious, Spirited and Easy-going.
An interesting fact no one knows about you... I delivered my nephew on the kitchen floor of our home when my sister didn’t make it to the hospital on time!
Best workout? Body pump class.
Best asset? Not sure – I’ve never looked... Hang on, I’ll just take another selfie!
Besides NRL what is your favourite sport to watch? Bobsled for the skill, and darts for the action.
How do you typically spend your leisure time? Lying beside my pool and reading books.
Who has been one person that has been the most influential to you and how? My Grandfather because he taught me that you’re never too old to learn.
Who was your childhood hero? The Spice Girls – They would look good in blue and white too!
To you, what is the most rewarding part of representing The Sapphires and being a Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs ambassador? I have followed the NRL since I was young and I think it’s great to represent the Bulldogs female fan base. I love the community aspect of the job and having fun with the fans. After all, that’s what it’s all about.
What is your favourite Riddle? What falls, but does not break, and what breaks but does not fall? Night falls and day breaks.
What is your favourite inspirational quote? "You can never be overdressed or overeducated" - Oscar Wilde.