Ally’s dedication to support businesses in the Maitland community continues in her day-to-day role within the BD team at MWLFS, where she works daily with businesses in the Maitland community to foster an inclusive culture and help less advantaged job seekers achieve their employment goals. Ally dedicates her time to truly get to know our job seekers, who have varying forms of disability, as well as disadvantaged youth, in order to help them overcome whatever barriers to gaining employment they may encounter. Ally will then reach out to local businesses and create opportunities and connections that are mutually beneficial to both the job seeker and the employer.
During 2020, Ally contributed to supporting over 300 disadvantaged, disabled, or vulnerable members of our community to achieve their employment goals, simultaneously building cultural awareness within our local business community and supporting them with their recruitment needs.
Ally is a kind-hearted individual who has proven at 24 years of age that she truly cares for both the disadvantaged individuals and local businesses in our community. For this reason, we think Ally is a fantastic candidate for Maitland’s Young Citizen of the Year and we wish her the best of luck with her nomination!
The Maitland Citizen of the Year Awards ceremony will be held on Australia Day (26 January) and will be live streamed on the Maitland City Council website.