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Celebrating the big efforts of BPF’s 2014 volunteers…

Thursday, 04.Dec.2014

Meet the 2014 team and read individual profiles…

Mark Davies

Mark Davies

Bio

  • AGE: 33
  • NATIONALITY: Welsh
  • HOMETOWN: Newbridge
  • NICKNAME: Freddie

After leaving Newbridge Comprehensive School Mark enrolled on a Sports Science course at Crosskeys College. He then went on to complete his Personal Trainer diploma by day and Holistic therapy qualifications by night.

After spending a number of years working in the fitness industry, Mark achieved his PGCE at the University of Wales, enabling him to lecture at Ystrad Mynach College, teaching a wide range of subjects, from anatomy and physiology to sport and leisure.

Mark has diversified his skill-sets across a range of sectors working with children and promoting physical activity, constantly seeking new career challenges and developing his coaching abilities. He has also played and coached in a number of countries outside Wales, including Australia and Canada.

He was recently accepted to study an Msc in Sports Coaching at the University of Wales Newport and is currently completing his dissertation. In addition to running his own business, coaching, teaching and playing, Mark also works in the social care sector in children’s residential homes and youth hostels.

  • Currently completing an Msc in Sports Coaching
  • WRU level 3 coach
  • Company owner, Soul Fitness Training

Personal goal

“I hope to combine my passion for coaching rugby with my knowledge of fitness training, sharing these skills with the communities with whom we work in Africa. This whole experience will also assist my long-term goals to work with an international rugby union as a fitness coach or in an advisory role.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Watching my first international rugby match at Cardiff Arms Park on 6th February 1993. Wales beat England 10 – 9.”

Thomas Donohoe

Thomas Donohoe

Bio

  • AGE: 27
  • NATIONALITY: Irish
  • HOMETOWN: Dublin
  • NICKNAME: Tomster

Thomas is a keen sportsman and has played rugby since starting secondary school at Athlone Community College, as well as playing with his local club Buccaneers RFC.

A former student of University College Dublin, Thomas achieved a degree in Actuarial and Financial Studies and has worked for a global investment consultancy in recent years. He hopes to qualify as an actuary in the near future. Thomas enjoys travel and experiencing different cultures. He aims to build on the great achievements of Bhubesi Pride and meaningfully work with children and communities in Africa, developing sustainable participation and interactions in future years.

  • Plays rugby with Railway Union RFC in Dublin
  • Ran Dublin City Marathon in 2011 and 2013
  • Associate of the Institute of Actuaries
  • Enjoys running, triathlon, gaelic games, golf, surfing and snowboarding

Personal goal

“I hope to share the benefits, enjoyment and fun of playing rugby with the young people we meet. I feel very fortunate to be working with Bhubesi Pride and taking part in such a great project.

I am going to make the most of what is sure to be a very special opportunity for personal growth and development, and to give back to communities in a worthwhile way.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Too many to name! Some that stick out in my memory are Ireland’s Grand Slam season in 2009, Leinster’s Heineken Cup wins in 2009 and 2012, attending the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand and the 2013 British & Irish Lions Tour in Australia.”

Oliver Munns

Oliver Munns

Bio

  • AGE: 22
  • NATIONALITY: English
  • HOMETOWN: London
  • NICKNAME: Oli/Munnsy

Oliver was first introduced to the game playing mini-rugby at Chichester RFC, which included many a long drive home plastered in mud. His development continued over seven years at Dulwich College, playing Saturday games against the best schools in south east England.

Oliver recently completed a degree in Economics at Cambridge University. Academic efforts have often come second to sporting pursuits for Oliver, with rugby usually the main focus. In three years his university team, Selwyn-Peterhouse RFC, was promoted twice, advancing from the bottom to the top division of college rugby.

Oliver was also selected twice for the Cambridge Colleges XV, an invitational side for college players, which plays one competitive match a year against Oxford University.

  • Completed 3 Peaks Challenge in 2003, aged 12, fundraising for a Kenyan school charity
  • Represented Cambridge University in the 2010 and 2012 Colleges XV Varsity matches against Oxford

Personal goal

“I hope my involvement will have a long-term impact on the communities we visit and the people we meet. Inspiring just one child to dream big and never give up will be great; hopefully it will be many more.

I’m certain that using my passion for rugby to contribute to the team’s amazing ongoing work will be one of the most rewarding things I do in my life.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Being part of the Selwyn-Peterhouse RFC try of the season 2012/13 and winning the 2012 Colleges Shield tournament with Selwyn-Peterhouse RFC.”

Liz Wilson

Liz Wilson

Bio

  • AGE: 25
  • NATIONALITY: Canadian
  • HOMETOWN: Ottawa
  • NICKNAME: Willo

Liz joined the world of rugby in Year 9 at school, having also promised much as a young footballer. She joined Ottawa Scottish RFC, where she played a number of seasons, also representing her provincial side.

Liz played five physically challenging seasons at the University of Western Ontario whilst pursuing a degree in Biology. She captained the squad for two seasons. Highlights included a provincial title, one bronze and one silver medal at the National Championships.

Throughout both school and university Liz has coached volleyball, basketball and rugby, and helped facilitate sports days for inner-city children, working with the Boys & Girls Club of Canada.

In 2011, Liz moved to South Korea to teach English for a year; before moving to Moscow, Russia, where she is now based, to work in the same capacity.

Liz has taken up an invaluable role as Bhubesi Pride Foundation’s charity fundraiser; researching and identifying appropriate grants, liaising directly with grant bodies and processing all applications. It’s a position which has given her greater insight into the charity’s operations and achievements to-date, whilst significantly contributing to the broader long-term strategy.

  • Coached at an all-sports camp for children aged 6-13, for 3 years
  • Coached a junior girls high school volleyball team, from zero skill-level to league champion contenders
  • Moved to South Korea in 2011 to teach for one year, before moving to Moscow

Personal goal

“To inspire myself and others to be more generous with our time and expertise, and to always seek passion and fulfillment rather than status and recognition.”

Favourite sporting moment

“RWC 2011, semi final Wales v France. The fight that Wales put up, playing one man short for the majority of the match was one of the most resilient efforts I have seen… in the final minutes, 25 phases without losing possession. The players epitomised what rugby means to me.”

Peter Cheek

Peter Cheek

Bio

  • AGE: 35
  • NATIONALITY: English
  • HOMETOWN: London
  • NICKNAME: Cheeks

Pete was born at Guys Hospital London Bridge, to parents within the teaching profession. His rugby career began the moment the local Australian postman (and Sunday rugby coach), Bruce, spotted Pete’s larger than average 7-year-old frame. Handing over a handful of letters he proclaimed, “Your son should play rugby” and that was that.

Pete continued playing throughout school and university. A student at Goldsmith’s University, Pete studied his undergraduate degree in Psychology and represented his university rugby club, captaining the team in 2011 and later becoming president. Pete went on to complete a masters degree in Sport Psychology at Brunel University, whilst also training and playing with Brunel 1st XV.

Pete has worked in a variety of fields; quantity surveying, financial markets, mobile technology entrepreneurship, social media management and, more recently, professional athlete representation.

A sports enthusiast, Pete is as at home on a rugby field as he is on the slopes of the French Alps or a wakeboard skimming along the surface of a lake. He began coaching mini rugby on Sunday mornings back in 2003, leading the same group of boys up until they became colts in 2011. Since then Pete has added both representative level and senior level coaching experience to his CV, as head coach for the Kent Metropolitan District Team and Goldsmiths University Rugby Club respectively.

  • RFU level 2 coach and level 1 referee
  • Jack Petchy Adult Leader Award for Youth Leadership, in 2007
  • Playing against South Africa 7s team (representing Samurai International RFC) during the Amsterdam 7s

Personal goal

“To spread big smiles and laughter amongst the children we meet along our African journey and to demonstrate that rugby’s unique ethos and empowering attributes can help unify communities, inspire hope and foster success in life.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Seeing two of the lads I’d coached at minis level go on to represent England U16.”

Cameron MacKenzie

Cameron MacKenzie

Bio

  • AGE: 26
  • NATIONALITY: Australian
  • HOMETOWN: Brisbane
  • NICKNAME: Macca
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Edinburgh, 28 January – Dar es Salaam, 13 April

Born and bred in Brisbane, Queensland, Cameron is the youngest of four boys in his family. Playing rugby all through school, he graduated from St Josephs Nudgee College in 2004. After completing high school Cameron began working on the Sunshine Coast and playing under 18 colts for Maroochydore Swans, which have become the best rugby days of his life. Cameron has always relished being part of a team, out on the field with good friends, appreciating a level of solidarity like no other.

Cameron is well travelled in South America, Europe and Canada and has been developing his skills coaching junior rugby. His experiences so far have been an extremely rewarding and successful journey. Cameron tells us that the only feeling more satisfying than being on the field with teammates after a win, is being on the sidelines seeing the team you’re coaching performing at their very best.

  • Player at Maroochydore Swans
  • Assistant Coach Maroochydore Swans juniors
  • Coaches boys teams at St Josephs Nudgee College school
  • Postgraduate certificate III in Electrotechnology

Personal goal

“I aim to maximise this once in a lifetime opportunity to the best of my ability. I hope to branch out and use rugby as a universal language and pass on my knowledge and experience to others, whilst personally growing and developing along the way. I really look forward to the challenge.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Seeing the Queensland Reds break their sixteen year Super Rugby drought and take the title in 2011. Reds halfback Will Genia slipped through the Crusaders’ defensive line and sprinted 70m to the try line in our corner of Suncorp Stadium making the score 18 – 13. I remember screaming “WE…ARE…RED” at the top of my voice repeatedly during his post try celebration.”

Ed Taylor

Ed Taylor

Bio

  • AGE: 23
  • NATIONALITY: English
  • HOMETOWN: London
  • NICKNAME: Teddy
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Jinja, 27 February – Moshi, 25 March (also attending training week at Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh)

Ed was raised in England, Spain and Australia and has always found a real love for sport. Rugby, however, has always been his passion and he’s played and coached as much as possible. After studying Sport and Exercise Science at The University of Roehampton, Ed gained his RFU level 2 coaching qualification and started coaching young people at risk of exclusion and anti-social behaviour, working with Saracens, Harlequins and the RFU.

Ed started playing rugby at six years old for Cambridge RFC, playing there as a teenager and progressing as far as their senior 2nd XV. He also represented The Leys School 1st XV and his county side.

Between school and university Ed travelled to Australia to play for the East Brisbane Tigers. On returning to London, Ed played for The Bank of England, Richmond, Barnes and Old Emmanuel RFC, eventually settling at BOE. Whilst at Roehampton, Ed also captained his university 1st XV. Ed now coaches at London Cornish RFC.

  • RFU Level 2 coach
  • Full season played in Australia
  • Head coach on the Hitz project with Saracens and Harlequins

Personal goal

“I hope to leave Africa knowing that I have left something sustainable and rugby related behind, as well quenching my own thirst for adventure.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Sitting right in front of where Chris Ashton scored his full length-of-the-pitch try at Twickenham, against Australia, in 2010.”

Kristina Koch

Kristina Koch

Bio

  • AGE: 27
  • NATIONALITY: Austrian
  • HOMETOWN: Villach and Zürich
  • NICKNAME: KK
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Dar es Salaam, 6 April – Cape Town, 3 July

An Austrian native, Kristina is a former competitive ice hockey player and a 2004 Women’s World Championship gold medalist.

Kristina earned a degree in Sport and Leisure Management at Haaga-Helia University in Finland. She’s worked at the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), headquartered in Zürich, since 2007 and has most recently been involved with the re-launch of the Champions Hockey League for the 2014-15 season.

Kristina joins us in a unique volunteer role that will see her liaising with key stakeholders in-country, managing activities together with sponsors, assisting the delivery of educational topics and contributing to the overall development of Bhubesi Pride Foundation, alongside our partners.

In September 2014, Kristina will begin her MBA at Canada’s top business school, the Rotman School of Management in Toronto.

  • Women’s Hockey World Championship gold medal in 2004
  • Working for the IIHF for 7 years; part of 3 Olympic Games and 6 Ice Hockey World Championships
  • Visiting more than 40 countries worldwide
  • Speaks six languages: Russian, English, German, Italian, French, Finnish

Personal goal

“To contribute by making the world a better place through the promotion of sport and its inherent values such as respect, friendship and excellence.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Being one of the trailblazers in Austrian women’s hockey by helping the national team win the official World Championship ten years ago – a first for us!”

Leanne Wafer

Leanne Wafer

Bio

  • AGE: 27
  • NATIONALITY: English
  • HOMETOWN: Hitchin
  • NICKNAME: Wafs
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Arusha, 29 March – Livingstone, 20 May

Leanne – one of Bhubesi Pride Foundation’s trustees – graduated with a degree in Retail Management from Bournemouth University before immersing herself in a career at Tesco. Having already worked across a range of departments, Leanne sees the value of sport’s principals, particularly teamwork, as a key success indicator in her changing roles at Tesco head office.

Working for a leading global company has afforded Leanne with great opportunities. She currently looks after large store marketing campaigns and has been fortunate enough to have her work recognised at board and national level.

Leanne joins the team in a marketing role, not only to assist the charity but to support local companies – in the locations she visits – in their overall business strategies. Her involvement will form part of mutually beneficial assessment of our leadership and performance development programme, mentored by author and coach, Dr Elesa Zehndorfer.

  • Presents to Tesco UK managing directors on campaigns, contributing to significant business change
  • Completed her first half marathon in 2013
  • Organised and participated in recent cycle challenges, raising over £2,000 in charitable funds

Personal goal

“As a trustee for the Foundation and having been quite close to project work for the last few years, I am looking forward to experiencing the operational side of things first hand and using my own business skills to see how we can progress the charity and its goals even further.

I hope to engage in a range of activities where I can add meaningful value to local stakeholders, as well as develop and diversify my professional experience in an environment new to me.”

Favourite sporting moment

“2012 London Olympics has to be my most memorable sporting moment. I was fortunate enough to go and watch the track events during the Paralympic Games which were truly inspirational. I vividly remember Mo Farah winning double gold medals and being on the edge of my seat, cheering him to the finish line.”

Diego Lacroix

Diego Lacroix

Bio

  • AGE: 28
  • NATIONALITY: Belgian
  • HOMETOWN: Brussels
  • NICKNAME: Kaptn
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Lilongwe, 26 April – Livingstone, 18 May

Diego first started playing rugby aged 12 with his local Boy Scouts. When he was 15 he went to boarding school where he started playing what others might deem a more structured format of the game! Since then, rugby has become almost religion to Diego.

Once he’d finished secondary school, Diego travelled extensively overseas. His main destination was New Zealand where he remained for five months learning English and discovering new cultures. Diego found a way of life he’ll never forget and his rugby experience there was truly awesome.

Upon returning to Belgium, Diego joined classmates at the University of Brussels (VUB) – to study International Affairs – and teammates at Boitsfort Rugby Club. Diego played here for eight years before moving to the club where he now plays, Leuven. Currently his team is ranked third in Belgium’s second national division and are still in the race for the cup where they’re set to play Diego’s former club, Boitsfort, in the quarter finals; current league leaders in the first division.

For the last three years Diego has worked as a store operations manager for the French company, Decathlon, in sports retail.

  • Belgian Rugby Champions, 2006, 2008 and 2009 with Boitsfort
  • Captain, Boitsfort Rugby Club Cobras, from 2004 to 2011
  • Belgian Rugby Champions, 2013 and Belgian Plate, with Leuven
  • Speaks three languages: French, English and Dutch

Personal goal

“To create great memories with the team and the children we meet, contribute to the success of Bhubesi Pride’s 2014 expedition and source local contacts for further partnerships between Belgium and Malawi or Zambia.”

Favourite sporting moment

“The epic kicking battle in extra-time of the 2003 RWC final between Australia’s Elton Flatley and England’s Jonny Wilkinson, which ended with Wilkinson’s legendary winning drop goal.”

Jacqueline Roper

Jacqueline Roper

Bio

  • AGE: 42
  • NATIONALITY: New Zealander
  • HOMETOWN: Auckland
  • NICKNAME: Jaxs
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Lilongwe, 2 May – Bloemfontein, 16 June

Jaxs’ rugby career has been continually expanding over the last thirty years, from playing on the only girls team in New Zealand in 1983 to playing women’s rugby in the NZ start-up leagues, as well as playing and coaching in Japan and the USA.

Jaxs has coached all levels and ages ranging from kids rugby through to top men’s grades in the USA and New Zealand. She has spent the majority of her coaching career with club teams and has also spent time with the Canadian women’s 7s and the USA U20 girls. Additionally, she’s conducted skills coaching with the North Harbour NPC U85kg weight restricted men’s team – a New Zealand first to have a female coaching the men’s NPC.

Jaxs has being instrumental in bringing players together from around the world to play international women’s 7s. She organised the first international women’s 7s event in Japan from 1998-2001.

  • IRB level 3 rugby coach
  • 30 years as a player on 4 different continents; 15 years as a coach
  • Invited to observe preparations for the New Zealand men’s 7s team for the 2006 Commonwealth Games, with Sir Gordon Tietjens
  • Winning the USA 7s All Stars as a head coach with the Southern California men’s team in 2008
  • Winning the NZ U85s weight restricted 7s as head coach with the College Rifles Bombers 2009-2011 (runners up 2010)
  • Coaching the Eden U21s rugby team alongside former All Black Josh Kronfeld

Personal goal

“Being a part of this amazing expedition, I hope to teach and inspire, making a very positive difference to as many African children as I can.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Taking mum to the 2011 Rugby World Cup final and seeing the All Blacks win… (and feeling the earth move as everyone in the stadium jumped up and down)! We had a good hug at the end of the game!”

George Chapman

George Chapman

Bio

  • AGE: 18
  • NATIONALITY: Australian (quarter New Zealander)
  • HOMETOWN: Coraki
  • NICKNAME: Chappo
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Gaborone, 21 May – Cape Town, 3 July

George is from a Tea Tree farm in Northern NSW. Rugby has played a pivotal role in his life since a young age. He began with early ‘rough & tumbles’ with his twin brother. George first began playing rugby at the age of eight at Lismore Rugby club but was never really able to try his hand at contact rugby, as ‘tag rugby’ was the order of the day at that stage. Once that changed he never looked back.

After graduating from The Southport School, where he boarded for his last two schooling years, George spent three months living and working at his parents safari lodge, Ololo, in Nairobi, Kenya.

George’s family on his mother’s side are from New Zealand and he has been fortunate to travel there several times; and engage in much banter with rugby fans along the way!

George has travelled extensively with his family, having visited every continent except America; he aims to get there soon.

After volunteering with Bhubesi Pride, George intends to study Agribusiness.

  • George went undefeated for two straight seasons, with his schoolboy rugby team
  • Won the Noosa 7’s tournament in front of a capacity crowd. As a halfback, George was hugely respected by opposing front rowers for scrumming down in the pack
  • Ran out at Suncorp Stadium in a curtain raiser to a Queensland Reds Super Rugby match
  • Played for Nairobi based Catholic University side, ‘Monks’. George and twin brother, Charley, quickly became a core part of the team, helping them to promotion this season
  • Supports the Kenya Rugby Union, leading community coaching seminars and collecting boots for underprivileged children

Personal goal

“To introduce rugby into African kids lives, where they can have something to be passionate about, strive to improve on, ­­and be able to smile every time they play. I want to make my daily involvement one of the best days of their lives, as well as mine.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Going to the 2011 RWC Tonga v Japan international and seeing the fans light a fire and witnessing it going out of control as well as the Tongans. The atmosphere was unforgettable!”

Pablo Dobrowolski

Pablo Dobrowolski

Bio

  • AGE: 34
  • NATIONALITY: Argentinian
  • HOMETOWN: Don Torcuato
  • NICKNAME: Pablito
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Windhoek, 31 May – Port Elizabeth, 29 June

Pablo started playing rugby when he was six years old, thanks to a close friend introducing him to the game. The same friend subsequently became a hockey player because his brother had injured his knee. However, for Pablo, nothing could stop him ‘living’ this sport… not broken bones, cuts, scars, a swollen eye or even his own twisted nose!

At the age of fourteen, Pablo started playing for Hindú RFC.

After school, Pablo studied Communication Sciences before realising his real passion in life; working with children, teaching and helping them to grow and build self-confidence. Pablo has been a PE teacher for nearly ten years and he loves his job!

  • IRB level 2 rugby coach
  • Physical Education teacher at Sworn Junior College and Cardinal Newman School
  • Fitness trainer at Newman Club
  • Coached U14, U16 and U19 teams at Hindú RFC, where he plays

Personal goal

“I expect to experience something unforgettable, helping and getting to know African children. I look forward to teaching them the importance of rugby’s values, such as solidarity, friendship and loyalty, and how to transfer such principals into real life. I would like to help reinforce these values as I believe they often seem lost nowadays.

Additionally, whilst I’m yet to visit Africa, I know I will want to go back and do the same, after working with Bhubesi Pride for my first time!”

Favourite sporting moment

“Every Saturday.

Getting on that pitch is so special to me because I share what I love most – rugby – with the people I love, especially with my friends and teammates. I know that every single one of us will battle to the final whistle.

This is what I’ve learnt with my club: no matter the result, never give up.”

David Griffiths

David Griffiths

Bio

  • AGE: 21
  • NATIONALITY: Welsh
  • HOMETOWN: Llanelli
  • NICKNAME: Dai
  • PROJECT INVOLVEMENT: Windhoek, 1 June – Cape Town, 3 July

David was a member of Easton College Rugby Academy where he achieved a BTEC in Sports Coaching and Development. As well as his studies, David was able to work as a community coach at a primary school for a year, whilst also working with Norwich City Football Club.

David was then accepted to the University of South Wales where he is currently in his second year, completing a degree in Rugby Coaching and Performance. David has focused specifically on coaching and strength and conditioning, seeking a greater depth of knowledge and understanding, as he develops in his role as a coach.

David coaches and plays at Felinfoel RFC and also works voluntarily for the Welsh Rugby Union and Cardiff Blues, delivering rugby sessions at secondary schools in and around Cardiff.

  • Representative county level in three sports; rugby (regional), football and athletics
  • WRU level 2 coach and level 1 referee
  • Ran the 2011 London Marathon raising £1000 for Children with Leukaemia

Personal goal

I expect this to be an experience of a lifetime that will change me as an individual and help me to carry on working with communities around the world coaching rugby. I plan to meet inspiring people, not only in the team but in the communities where I’ll be coaching, in Namibia and South Africa.

I would like to develop my knowledge and skills as a coach in a different coaching environment and share the skills I have learnt at university to help communities and individuals to have fun playing rugby. This adventure in June can’t come soon enough and I am honoured to be selected for such an inspirational charity.”

Favourite sporting moment

“Wales winning the grand slam in 2012, and the 2013 British & Irish Lions tour to Australia.”

Robin Schell-Hammer

Lead driver and expedition logistics manager

Robin Schell-Hammer

Bio

  • AGE: 20
  • NATIONALITY: German
  • HOMETOWN: Johannesburg
  • NICKNAME: Robs

For his age, Robin has achieved something many wouldn’t even dream of taking on. Only a year ago, where others might fly, Robin’s proudest moment to-date is arriving home after traveling six months from South Africa to Germany on his 125cc motorbike. His journey, a similar route – but in reverse – to Bhubesi Pride’s 2012 mission, took Robin through twenty-three different countries and covered a distance of 17,000km.

Born in Germany Robin has spent most of his life in South Africa. He grew up around Land Rovers and has been part of a family passionate about preparing safari vehicles for big adventures. He attended boarding school at Treverton College.

He finished his epic journey in the first half of 2013 and has since been working for vehicle expedition specialists, Bushlore, whilst completing his private pilots license. Robin plans to read Engineering at a German university after working with Bhubesi Pride and hopes to achieve his commercial pilots license, too. He’s a keen triathlon runner, rugby and basketball player.

Robin is Bhubesi Pride’s lead driver and expedition logistics manager in 2014.

  • Took part in a 25-hour basketball marathon at U16 level
  • Completed an organised 7,500km charity motorbike trip around southern Africa at the age of 17, raising funds for underprivileged children in a Johannesburg township
  • Speaks three languages: English, German and Afrikaans

Personal goal

“This is a serious opportunity for me and one I aim to grab with both hands. I plan to assist the team every way I can and ensure the project runs smoothly. Whilst we’re doing good, I still want to ensure the team members enjoy every minute and are comfortable in any scenario. I am here to help!”

Favourite sporting moment

“South Africa winning the 2007 Rugby World Cup. I was only thirteen at the time but the moment that the whistle blew and the Springboks won was a moment I will never forget.”

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