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Interview with Mick

 -If you could travel in a time machine would you go back to the past or into the future?

I think the past as it would be great to be able to know what the future holds and it maybe a little naughty but I could bet on the Melbourne cup or similar knowing the winner every year!

-What source/s do you gain your knowledge from primarily? 

I am not a great reader of books but I do consume a great deal of information online and I typically subscribe to a variety of interesting podcasts, blogs, flipboards and other apps that promote relevant information.

-If you were stranded on an island what 3 things would you take with you other than food and water?

Firstly, a motor boat to give me options, secondly fuel for it and finally company as I would go stir crazy not being able to talk to anyone and Wilson is just not an option!!

-If you could choose a superpower what would it be?

Either immortality or the ability to talk to animals......I would love to know what they think of us humans at certain times as I am sure you could write a book or several of them!

-What is your favourite food?

Being a chef many years ago I don't really have a favourite but I do still enjoy cooking and experimenting with ingredients and textures as it is such fun. I find cooking a great 'de stress' on the weekend and rewarding at the same time. I love food from all corners of the globe and have been known to try Witchetty grubs, Snails, Frogs legs, Fish lips and many more weird delicacies over the years.

-What is the most rewarding part of your role at Member Evolution?

Meeting so many equally passionate people within the association and NFP space and sharing ideas and strategies to improve their organisations.

-What's one piece of advice you would give...

Live life, love your family and enjoy every day to the full as you never know what is around the corner...

-If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be?

Right here, don't need a passport when you live in such a great country as this, and trust me I have visited a lot of countries!

-Most useful technology invention?

I would have to say the internet as it touches so many peoples' lives and is so accessible and affordable for the majority. The internet is also such a wealth of information and education that I am not sure I could imagine a world without it now....

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