What we do, how we act, where we come from, those are factors that affect the way we are perceived, and Gen z’s are experts at crafting their best selves on social media, but because social media is a medium most Boomers don’t fully comprehend, is it distorting their perception of Gen Z’s?
Join Jodie and Grace Hayden as we discuss all things intergenerational behaviours and the modern social media landscape.
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About your guest
Grace Hayden is a professional model with Chic Brisbane Management and is also studying Occupational Therapy. Grace says that growing up with the surname ‘Hayden’ has been something that she’s always been extremely proud and privileged to own. However, it has come with its unique set of challenges both internally and externally. These same challenges have forced Grace to grow, to understand the power of fighting hard for what you want while continuing to live a healthy, active, and purposeful life.
The last two years have taught Grace to expect the unexpected and she plans to continue to grow and in doing so share her story to help inspire others and make an impact on their life.
About your Host
“Miss Dally was and remains one of the most significant women in my life. She was my boss, mentor and cherished leader for the past 36 years.” – Jodie
Jodie has been a part of June Dally Watkins for over 40 years, after her mother enrolled her in a course to help with her confidence when she was a teenager – Jodie then started working in the model agency as a booker only seven years later. Jodie now manages the business and has successfully navigated the Brisbane operation for the past 33 years.
Offering specialised knowledge, personal experience and expertise, Jodie is perfectly suited to tell us what June Dally Watkins would do.
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