“Upon entering into the Master of Disaster, Design and Development, my interests were very much design and architecture oriented. Having completed a bachelor degree in architecture, I wanted to harness the skills that I’d already developed and apply them in another context. Whilst I was certainly able to do that, I was also able to explore another growing passion of mine; that of the mental wellbeing of the aid workers.
MoDDD is so unique in that it enables us to interact with students and professionals across such a broad spectrum, thus we are not limited to one domain. It challenges preconceived notions and encourages us to be inquisitive.”