Michaela Hendry (T: @MichaelaHendry, I: @michaela_hendry) is a 22 year old young woman on an agricultural mission. She grew up in the small Western Australian farming area of Pingaring, roughly 350kms from Perth. At the age of 12, her parents sold the family farm and moved to the seaside town of Albany where Michaela never really felt settled. She ended up completing her schooling years at a Western Australian College of Agriculture campus before going on to recently complete her Bachelor of Agribusiness at Curtin University.
Michaela's ethos of "just have a crack" has brought her a diverse mix of opportunities and experiences in the ag sector including being a committee member for AgConnect, which lead to a role on the WAFarmers Grains Council, she was an Administrator in the Department of Premier and Cabinet for the Minister for Agriculture and Food, followed by a Project Officer for the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development. But the call of the bush was strong, and these days you'll find Michaela working on her uncle's farm on the Wheatbelt, earning her stripes before pursuing a career as an agronomist.
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