Getting down to business

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After becoming the first woman in her family to graduate high school, former Clontarf Girls Academy student Indyanna Narrier is not letting anything hold her back now.

She started work at Kooya Fleet Solutions in business administration, and plans to gain a Certificate IV in business administration.

Kooya director Sharna Collard took Indyanna under her wing, showing her not only the business side of things but introducing the cultural awareness training she runs with Kooya Consultancy.

Indyanna loved being part of Girls Academy and said she was still in touch with friends she made from around Australia at the annual Year 12 Girls Summit. Now she’s working hard to save for her dream car!

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