Our School Captains were recently featured in the Leader News, sharing what their generation will contribute to the future. Adrienne Duray
Mental health issues may affect us directly, or someone close to us. I believe that wellness of the mind is crucial to one's happiness, especially in the lives of young women like myself and the other students at our college.
Siena is committed to removing any negative stigma that surrounds mental health issues. I sincerely care for the wellbeing of all students and staff at our College. As a leader, I hope to see and create further opportunities to talk openly about this topic for the benefit if all.
The development of knowledge, skills and experience in STEM fields is critical to enable the next generation of innovators and critical thinkers. Innovation leads to advances in human health and wellbeing and builds a strong and sustainable Australian economy for future generations.
I am passionate about science and mathematics and have committed myself to study in these areas hoping that one day my career can influence the way people live their lives, whether that be in healthcare, engineering or biomedical sciences.