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Rachel Bronish
BNE Blog Author: Rachel Bronish
Rach is a Sydney girl living in Brisbane with a short detour via the nation’s Capital. A newbie to the Aviation Industry after spending a decade doing media and public affairs within Australian law enforcement and a personal trainer in a former life, she is loving the energy and eclectic nature that comes with working in an airport. A lover of all things fitness, sport, music, art, words, and photography, she is also a big believer that there is an applicable Simpson’s or Friday Night Lights quote for every situation.
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