Meet Semele. Graduating from a nursing degree in 1999, Semele worked briefly as a nurse and then moved into administration within the medical industry. She also worked in the pharmaceutical industry for several years, as a representative for a pharmaceutical company and then onto Practice Management for an Orthopaedic Surgeon. After a period of hesitation, Semele decided to return to study and in 2013, she started a Master of Primary Teaching. After working full time for 14 years and then going back to full time study, being a student was no bed of roses; with it came financial pressures. But Semele decided to take a leap of faith and pursue her passion. She will graduate at the end of this year-- her career change took courage and perseverance, but Semele couldn’t be happier! She is a Strong Woman.