Life beyond Radford

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Last updated 2.10.2018

Pam Harris

Class of 2003
OCCUPATION Service Delivery Manager
Lives Braddon, Australia
Attendance at radford Years 7-12
House Wandoo
  • Bachelor Degree, University of Canberra, Forensic Studies, 2005-2009
  • Masters, Swinburne University of Technology, Business Administration, 2014-2017
Work history
  • Segment Manager, ANZ Bank, 2012-2017
  • Self Employed, The Coffee Club Tuggeranong, 2009-2012
  • Service Delivery Manager
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What does life look for you now?

I live with my partner Andy in Braddon with our animals (2 cats Milo and Leo, soon to add a Mini Schnauzer to the family). The last 10 years has been busy, having completed a bachelors, a masters and a cert 4, moving interstate twice, moving house five times, changing careers three times and still maintaining some form of social life! I am hoping to settle down for a while in Canberra as having lived in Melbourne I can now appreciate how easy life is in Canberra, especially when you want to have a family.

Tell us what you are passionate about?

I have really got in to F45 this year, so health and fitness have really become a priority. I would like to start running again, and hopefully in the next 6 months run a half marathon.I have also just acquired my marriage celebrancy certificate so would love to get that side business up and running.

When you were young, what were you hoping to be when you grew up?

My aspirations changed like the weather, ranging from a princess to a brain surgeon to a lawyer. And you know what? My parents never told me I couldn't be any of those things!

What is your favourite Radford moment?

Hard to say as there were so many - My favourite was the last day of year 12 when everyone gathered in the quad after a night out on a treasure hunt (we had to collect items starting with each letter of RADFORD COLLEGE). We had also been out that week collecting P-Plates which we strung across the front of the library.

Where are you now?