“I am big on not having regrets.”
I’m an events manager at a winery in Lancefield.
I coordinate weddings and conferences, which involves liaising with clients, discussing details, planning and overseeing their events.
I wasn’t sure what to do after school; I moved around, doing hospitality and sales jobs. After Year 11, I worked at a supermarket, but soon realized there had to be more to life. That prompted me to go back to school to do year 12, and then university.
I chose Sociology as my major, and then Asian Studies and Japanese as my minor, because of my father’s influence. I discovered after a year that I didn’t like Sociology: it was impacting how I interacted with people, making me over-analytical rather than social! I ended up making Japanese my major and dropping back to part-time study.
When I was 25, an opportunity arose to go and live in Japan. Continue reading