Kelly-Jo has vivid memories of eating chips with her brothers while her mother worked in the local fish and chip shop. She also says she is blown away by how fascinating other people's life stories are, but we think her own story is pretty interesting too!
Lucy believes that like ogres, people are like onions and that we should celebrate every layer which makes us who we are.
Daxa loves her job as a project manager but really comes alive outside of work.
Kuljit was introduced to gender equality from a young age, reinforced by the fact that in Sikhism women are equal to men in status, role and power. It is therefore no wonder that Kuljit is incredibly passionate about equality and allowing people to be the best they can be.
Growing up Lynsey was never told she could not do something, driven by her mother who accepts everyone for who they are and taught Lynsey to do the same.
Andrea has been working in law enforcement for over 22 years, carrying out important additional work to improve diversity in the sector.
Trudi was raised to follow her interests rather than conforming to what was expected of her.
Georgia is an Italophile inspired by her incredible Mama.