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Ones to Watch: Whitney Stacey and Matt Teluk

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 19th December 2017 -  Whitney Stacey and Matt Teluk are the co-directors of Monochrome Coffee Co which aims to transform developing communities through the education and empowerment of youth. They are Ones to Watch.

One to Watch: Jessie Hughes

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 12th December 2017 -  Jessie Hughes is the creative director of SignVR, an interactive virtual reality platform for learning sign language. She is One to Watch.

One to Watch: Vanessa Marian

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 21st November 2017 -  Vanessa Marian is a 29-year-old dancer from Byron Bay and the director of Groove Therapy, which aims to make dancing accessible to people from all walks of life. She is One to Watch.

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One to Watch: Nkosana Mafico

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 14th November 2017 -  Nkosana Mafico is the founder and chief of the Council for Young Africans Living Abroad (CYALA), a leading development organisation for young Africans aged 18 to 28. He is One to Watch.

One to Watch: Emma O’Rourke

Wendy Williams, Monday, 6th November 2017 -  Emma O'Rourke is the owner and designer of THE LABEL, a Canberra based fashion label which focuses on garments designed and constructed using minimal waste techniques. She is One to Watch.

One to Watch: Daniel Smith

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 31st October 2017 -  Daniel Smith is the founder of Clean Coast Collective, a not-for-profit lifestyle brand committed to cleaning up the ocean. He is one to watch.

One to Watch: Laura Hart

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 24th October 2017 -  Laura Hart is the founder of Improv Comedy for Young People with Anxiety. She is One to Watch.

One to Watch: Adam Jahnke

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 17th October 2017 -  Adam Jahnke is the co-founder and CEO of Umps Health which uses smart technology to support older people and their care providers. He is One to Watch.

One to Watch: Sherry-Rose Bih Watts

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 10th October 2017 -  Sherry-Rose Bih Watts is the 21-year-old founder of social enterprise, WomenGirl, which aims to see young women and girls, regardless of their background, have access to knowledge and quality resources through which they can be empowered. She is One
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