Anna is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts as an undergraduate student at CQUniversity via distance and moved to Cairns, Queensland, in October 2017, from South Australia. She is passionate about the long-term well-being of the environment, people and animals.
She is also an advocate for child abuse and shares awareness through social platforms. She believes children are our future generation who should be nurtured with love, understanding and patience so when they leave school and chase their dreams in the big world they will enact these positive characteristics.
In 2014, she participated in the Chancellor's Cup and her team won first place in the cricket even though she did not know anything about this sport her team leader was an excellent coach. It was the most fun she had ever had with all team members.
Her hunger for knowledge, her curiosity of understanding how things operate, and continuous self-improvement are her key reasons to why she is studying at CQUniversity, she yearns to be a valuable asset in all areas: academic, professional and personally. However, it is a consistent prayer of hers that she has common sense and lots of it because she thinks this is vital in society (it’s one thing acquiring knowledge, but; it takes wisdom when to use it!).
She is super excited to serve as the Chair of the Student Representative Council and loves being part of a good cause and grateful to be involved.
Hello, my name is Mark Taranto your Deputy Chair SRC representative. I am a fellow student, studying a Bachelor a Physiotherapy Degree and can be found stressing in Building 34 on the Rockhampton North campus. I am always down for a chat and happy to raise any issues that my fellow students feel important.
For many of us, our university degree is a once in a lifetime experience and we should have the best academic and social support possible. I am passionate about fairness and equity, and simply wish to help my fellow students be the best they can be. I am not afraid to speak my mind, but am always willing to hear an opposite perspective.
Over the next two years, my focus goal is to improve mental health support for all students across CQUniversity. If you have any ideas on how to improve the Rockhampton Campuses or Yeppoon Study Centre, or issues regarding student life in general do not be afraid to pull me up or send me an email.
I am also currently Co-president and founder of the CQUniversity Physiotherapy Society. Outside of university life I enjoy being outside, hiking, on the beach or working up a sweat in the gym.