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Natasha Evans is a woman in tech and a newly qualified nutritionist and avid researcher. She talks about her experiences with growing up around media lacking in diversity. She also shares her journey from when she first heard of the word 'calorie' to now loving food again. Tash also brings in a book called The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Peopl…
 
Everyday People Podcast producer Annie Louey interviews the host Nhung Vo on the final episode of Season 1. Nhung reflects on the last year of podcasting and how far the passion project has come since launching in July 2019. Nhung also recently left her full time job at the end of 2019 and is moving overseas to the UK on the Tier 5 Visa (before she…
 
At 13, Candice Tan's parents made the big decision to move the family from Singapore to Australia in the hope of giving Candice a more well rounded education. A high school work experience stint with the astrophysics department at Swinburne University that turned into a six year commitment sparked Candice's interest in science. But her love for boo…
 
As a young woman in her 20s, Nicole Lordan's passion for travelling took her on a career detour to study wellness back when it wasn't the buzzword that it is today. She is now a life coach and corporate trainer and has been in the wellbeing space for over 20 years in her hometown Switzerland, then Ireland, London and now Australia. Nicole shares so…
 
Bridget Nathan started The Doyenne Interviews project 3 years ago and launched the podcast 7 months ago on a women in architecture platform called Parlour founded by the amazing Justine Clark. She talks about how the podcast project, her experience as a young architect and outlook on life as a woman in society today is somewhat influenced by the #M…
 
A woodworking assignment in high school inspired Todd to complete TAFE and study construction management at university in Brisbane. In 2019, Todd's university Honors Thesis was published in the Australian Institute of Building Magazine on the topic of mental health in construction for cadet professionals. After being diagnosed with a medical condit…
 
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