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Liz wanted to start a bring your dog to work policy, but as our office is really small and her dog is really big, plans had to be temporarily shelved. Fortunately she is very smart and persuasive, and has persuaded TECT to build a big shiny new building, big enough for herself, her dog and anyone else who’d like to join her.
Jenny is not afraid to ask questions, which is what makes her a very good interviewer; she is also not afraid to make banana cake with left over bananas, and bring it in to share with the rest of us, which is what makes her a very valuable member of our team.
Gordy is originally from Scotland. He had to move, as it was too cold to wear his huge collection of gaudy shirts (which are a real sight for sore eyes). He has been slowly adjusting to life in NZ by learning English. We can understand him most of the time, the rest of the time we just nod and stare hypnotically at his shirts.
Jodie is our very own Wonder Woman, we have lost count of the roles she has at SociaLink, but she somehow manages to find time to do the school run and kick butt at Roller Derby. Jodie loves to accessorise with unusual items of household furnishings; as a precaution we have decided to hide all the paper clips.
Tracy is our financial goddess, she loves budgets and forecasts, and is able to count using more than her own body parts. The rest of us are also very good at maths, and know that there is only one of her and that she was employed not a fraction too soon.
Kathy has been working in the social sector forever, and there is no one she doesn’t know. She can get you anything you need, no questions asked; and often has an abundance of things that she would like to get rid of, anything from bookmarks to bunnies.
Hailing originally from middle Englandshire. Our Laura is a bit of a worry. While an astonishingly good and committed organizer, marketer, administrator and general “oh, so you do that” type person, Laura has a worrying paranoia over unnecessary plastics use and is our environmental conscience. But between her love of suspiciously large beanies and welcoming smile, we love our Laura.