I am the senior veterinarian and practice manager of a small inner city veterinary clinic in Auckland, New Zealand. I have worked in this career for 10 years, but recently took a two-year sabbatical to study a Master of Arts in Theology at Regent College, Vancouver. I have been back in the vet world for nearly a year and a half now, and I am passionate about seeing the integration of the whole of life, with life values extending from the spiritual sphere through to the marketplace and secular environments.
I am excited about the opportunity to attend this GPS course, especially learning the tools to bring about positive change and strengthen my current work team environment. Outside of my professional career, I am involved part time in teaching intern students at a political think tank on marketplace theology and operating from a more integrative paradigm. I hope to develop further into this teaching and leadership role in the future.
Outside of work and studying theology, I love to free dive, hike, drink coffee and cook gourmet food. I have a gorgeous Burmese cat called Maddison, and an amazing family who are scattered around the world.