University of Waikato student, Owner of Kaptured by Kylee Photography Ltd.
Why are you a member of the WWF?
Girls and women are a big part of my life, and I believe women should build each other up as the power of a women community can be unstoppable. Standing up for those with a silenced voice, for those in need, or those who don’t have anyone else to help them is a strong passion of mine, as everybody deserves a chance.
What are you most looking forward to about being on the committee?
I am looking forward to continuing the work of the founding WWF committee, and making a difference to support the girls and women in our community.
What has been a special moment you've experienced through the work of the WWF?
The most special moment I have had so far, was singing at the WWF Launch Event with my sister. The excitement, power and inspiration in that room was contagious and unforgettable.
Local Waikato cafe you'll be found in? Camarosa Café - sipping on a berry smoothie!
Who is an inspirational woman you look up to? The most inspirational woman in my life is my Mum. She is the most generous, genuine, and understanding person I know, and will always put everyone before herself. She makes the world a better place.
Favourite place to visit in the Waikato: The Taitua Arboretum.
Hidden talent? It’s not too hidden – but I have my own photography business; Kaptured by Kylee. I love to capture natural moments of people, which will one day turn into cherished memories.