Interview with SBS Sydney (Sinhala)

Last week I had a chat about Building Bridges with Charitha Adikari, a journalist for the SBS Sinhala service in Sydney. It occurred to me rather belatedly that I’ve never actually spoken formally about my work in Sinhala, and I found myself tripped up by a lot of words and phrases, like social entrepreneur, that aren’t used in everyday speech. This is my first interview in Sinhala, so I can find plenty about my presentation to be critical about (as is typical), but I’m really glad I had the opportunity to do it so that I can get better at talking about my work comfortably in multiple languages. Many thanks also to Charitha, was patiently accommodated my requests regarding scheduling and re-scheduling, and was a very generous interviewer. You can listen to the interview here.

2016 Queen’s Young Leaders Award

I’m thrilled to be one of 60 Queen’s Young Leaders for 2016, and I look forward to incorporating all that I learn into my work with Building Bridges. I’ve written more in depth about what the award means for me and my work on the BB blog.
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