Three people I would love to invite to dinner: Tim Flannery, environmentalist; Kurt Fearnley, Paralympian; Betty (Elizabeth) Churcher, former director National Art Gallery.
The most amazing thing I've ever done: I've experienced many different cultures here and overseas.
The best advice I ever received: Was in the Bible.
I would spend my last $10 on: My children.
My biggest fear: Big spiders.
My fantasy job: Pretty much what I do now being CEO of Sunnyfield.
If I could travel back in time I would love to meet: Martin Luther King - human rights activist.
My favourite phrase: "We can make a difference in the lives of . . ."
My last meal would be: A barbecue with fresh salads followed by pavlova and fresh berries.
My most embarrassing moment: At the beach in the water (without my glasses on), dunked in the waves, pulling myself to stand up on my husband, to find out when face to face it wasn't him.
What people may not know about me: I'm very short-sighted, so sometimes I don't see a person from a distance.
I'm always being asked: "At work . . . wouldn't it be great if we had more money; we could provide services for more people with disability."
I will never throw out: My wonderful husband David.
My biggest fashion faux pas: In the 1970s flared trousers with embroidered flowers on the sides.
In the future . . . We must create equal opportunity for each person with a disability.
People say I look like: I'm younger than I am (flattery will get you everywhere).
True love is…with my husband, children and parents.
My first car was: a Toyota Corolla.
What people may not know about me is: I’m very short sighted, so sometimes I don’t see a person from a distance.
Weirdest thing in my glovebox: An ‘On Top Of The World’ sticker supporting Sunnyfield’s brave and fit mountaineer CFO Annie Doyle who has climbed six of the seven continent highest summits while raising money for Sunnyfield.
I wish I hadn’t: lost my father to mesothelioma.
My earliest memory is: great times growing up on a farm.
On my bedside table is: the book ‘Driven By Purpose – Charities that make the difference’ by Stephen Judd, Anne Robinson and Felicity Errington.
Favourite book as a child: C.S. Lewis ‘The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe’.
I love living in West Pennant Hills because... the people are very friendly, the area has lots of trees and lovely gardens and good local access to great schools, eateries and facilities.