Reception Staff

Sandy Hirst

SandyHirstSandy has a broad range of experience working mainly in the medical and administration fields. She has worked in the areas of mental health, thoracic, sleep disorders and in a major hospital in New Zealand as a medical photographer.

She has further bachelor qualifications and interests in media arts, photography, film, painting, sculpture and graphic design. Sandy has had her own creative business where she supplied all the photography, video and stationery for weddings, set up conferences with audio visual technology, filming, DVD productions, PowerPoint presentations and promotional resource material for large organisations such as The Cancer Society. She found this process challenging and fun to follow through with the client and see the outcomes develop and grow.

Sandy’s other personal interests are kayak touring, hiking and exploring,  rock n roll dancing which she has been doing for over 15 years for fitness, fun and competition.

 

Teresa Gregory

Teresa Gregory

After spending 5 years as a nanny, I decided to change career paths and focus on administration. I am soon to finish 2 diplomas, 1 in Business Administration and the other in Human Resources, I hope to use these to further my skills within administration industry.

My hobbies include swing dancing, anything to do with the 1920’s – 1940’s, surfing, bush walks, exploring new places and anything that involves the outdoors.

I am an avid NRL fan, and enjoying going to the games whenever I can. I love learning new things, being in the outdoors or spending time with friends and family.

 

Jasmine Hirst

Jasmine has a certificate in hairdressing which she has been doing for the last 8 years.  She recently moved to Australia from New Zealand with her fiance.

She has a love of technology and is always up for a challenge.

Jasmine’s hobbies include scrapbooking, exercising at the gym, Rock n Roll dancing, indoor netball and spending time with friends and family.

 

Charlie Kiemann

Charlie-9648I am currently studying a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland. My love of sport was a major reason why I decided to become a physiotherapist as I became very interested in the biomechanics and physiology behind sport.  I gained my love of sport through playing representative basketball for many years.  At school, I also enjoyed trying a number of different sports such as volleyball, cross country and touch during interschool competitions and HPE classes. In my spare time, I enjoy relaxing at the beach with family, catching up with friends and cooking.

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