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On behalf of everybody associated with the Waverley Blues JFC a big thank you to you and all your panellist!!
An excellent night for our club, a big step in the right direction toward supporting our youth to be making the correct choices in life as they transition to independence.
— Stephen Pewtress. President, Waverley Blues JFC
Hi Tash. Thank you for assisting with our message to communities. Your ability to engage with the participants with practical examples coupled with your incredible knowledge has ensured we continue to educate on the important topics of health, physical and mental well-being and negative impact of poor choices. We look forward to increasing your involvement in 2016 and beyond.
— Peter Gillson. White Ribbon Ambassador and Community Advocate
Tash has been an integral member of the Victorian Volleyball family for many many years. Over the past two years Tash’s dedication and passion coaching the U17 Victorian Beach Volleyball State Team has had a significant impact on not only the athletes she coaches, but the program we run. Her professionalism, dedication and knowledge is everything we look for and hope to instil in the athletes with in the Victorian Volleyball community. Tash’s experience enables the athletes to relate to her in a way that instils confidence in their ability.
We hope to continue working with Tash for many years to come and know everyone who is given the opportunity will be better off for it.
— Rebecca Walter. Development Officer - State Team Program Manager. VOLLEYBALL VICTORIA Inc.
The players were engaged with Tash and had great conversation with really good questions to ask. Tash was very informative and knowledgeable.
Her use of a interactive activity went well where players became interactive in listing sexual contact and it opened some good discussion and knowledge sharing.
— Presentations 27th August 2015 - North Melbourne Football Club
Natasha has been an innovative and passionate member of the Viewbank Health and Wellbeing Team’ as a foundation parent. She showed particular leadership in the area of Mental Health that was a priority for our group and was very knowledgeable in this area with key contacts and ideas. She presented to the whole Viewbank College Staff and was dynamic and interesting while providing the staff with clear and hands on knowledge and skills. Natasha made a ‘Where to get Help’ sheet that was used for students and parents for several years that included a comprehensive list of local services available to support Mental Health’.
Natasha was a dynamic and motivating coach who made excellent relationships with our students in the Volleyball Program. Her excellent rapport with the students was evident in how engaged they were in the tournament and successfully they performed. ‘She coached the school Volleyball teams and her sporting expertise and knowledge is reflected in her extensive experience in various sporting codes. This demonstrates her understanding of the culture in organised sport and the connected health issues.
— Darren Murray. Health and Wellbeing Leader, Viewbank College

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