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N O S I V R ENT HA

EMMALENE TRAVERS

mundi. wn of Eu to d n a rl hinte Sunshine ine Coast ger at a large sh n u nd S s a u Man rketing a glorio from the d as a Program ns in Ma o re il a ti a a h c sp I fi ! y li o Hell loye y qua t. In m ntly emp and have tertiar rd elopmen re a v r e e u h D c g y in it m I’ av fit, Commun t-for-pro l e coast. H Coast no and a Masters in up and down th es Craig and Me , s it n iie o v d l ti o n e a u c m fe u Ed . I Eum oor involved reen outd f FMN by fellow to being time I sc o MN, F n rk h w o it ra w w d t g a of the gre was immediately ited about workin when I c I first hand d and ex Manley, privilege reat work year old son. ly g ib is d th re c e in wait to se h my 12 and can’t al in October wit p e visit N

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I have an innate desire to do everythin g in my power to ensure children (especially those not living with their families through no fault of their own) feel loved and cared for, that they belong, and that they entitled to make their dreams big and go after them. I care deeply because I was in foster care as a teenager. I care deep ly because many of my friends grew up without their families. I care deeply because I am a mother. I care deeply because I am. And I do. I am thrilled to bring my skills, experience and expertise to the FMN Think Tank.

The newly formed

Forget Me Not Think Tank meets regularly to:

KATE V

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oversee FMN projects, guide further innovation,

My pa ssio my inv n for childr en’s rig olv hts com every c ement in th bined e estab hild ha with li s sh th and the ir histo e right to fee ment of Forg my legal tra ining le ry ; and l wante et Me life. In d to Not. d an to b 20 nations 06, we opene e active in th d loved; to kn I believe tha e d our h t o and 75 decisio ear n makin w their famil kid Me No y g in th t is ac s later, I am s ts to 6 small eir own hieving gir o for the proud of wha ls in Nepal. Th t the te preciou am of F ree s child orget ren of our wo rld.

brainstorm ideas, develop strategic goals and support FMN operations in Australia & overseas.

Meet the team...

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ke a nd ma Tank a rget Me k n i Th of the ported by Fo utiful e part p b u s o t o b ea n d ilege hildre e and our tw gan five c iv r e p h t d f n lives o usband Dav ith Nepal be ting cited a ery ex ence in the yh m marke h tion w I am v r it e associa in tourism Bay w e diff y y n i e u M v Coast r . n e e r g in H raser ckson m a caree F e a J v , li d Q I n S . U fro ia a nally Not n, Oliv en I moved nal Officer, ts was perso e r ld i h o n c e i h ago w of Internat udest mome puters to th years m ro le o p o c r y ’s p e n m o e h t f ldr eo lap to t ot Chi nated us. On Camp nting 10 do orget Me N epal. F N prese andu, ving in girls li me in Kathm Ho

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GREG BIGGS

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I was born and raised in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast where I finished High School, and then was involved in the Ret ail Travel Business for 20 years. For the past 15 years I have been a McDo nald’s Franchisee, still lucky enough to be located on the Sunshine Coast. My wife Robyn and I have 2 adu lt sons who both are cur rently living in Toronto, Canada. I have been fortunate to be abl e to travel to Nepal twice to see the girls, and that has reinfor ced my commitment to be involved with this wonderful charity called Forget Me Not.

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