Dear Ms Hickman
It is with great pleasure that I write to congratulate you on your nominations for the 2017 Northern Territory Young Achiever Awards in both the Somerville Community Service and Minister for Territory Families Excellence in Youth Leadership Awards.
The Northern Territory Young Achiever Awards are an amazing opportunity for the community to recognise the contributions that young people are making across the Territory.
I appreciate the effort that is undertaken every day by young Territorians who strive to realise their vision for a better more inclusive commun¡ty for us all. Our Government recognises the work you do is vital to ensuring the best outcomes for all Territorians.
There are so many advantages to living in the Territory with all our natural beauty, industry, agriculture and development opportunities, but you as a Young Territorian are this place’s greatest asset. This is your future and your Territory, continue to strive for excellence.
You should be incredibly proud of your achievements and being nominated for such a prestigious award. I wish you all the best for your future, and have no doubt you will continue to accomplish great things for your local community.
It is my pleasure to support Jessica Hickman. Jess never ceases to impress me; she is easily the most compassionate person I know. Jessica is kind of person who goes out of her way to help the less fortunate every day.
It has been a privilege to know this brilliant and dedicated person who has been helpful in promoting and supporting OzHelp breaking stigma on mental health.
Thank you Jessica for your hard work and support from the OzHelp Foundation.
A positive story: we hear so much about the devastating consequences for the victim of workplace bullying but for some, it is also eventually about empowerment. The ability to find within themselves the resilience to rise up, acknowledge that this treatment is not ok and to educate others about the toxic impact of workplace cultures who tolerate workplace bullying. Make no mistake, these behaviours injure and it is violence at work. Well done Jessica.
Jessica Hickman – The
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