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Jen Critch

Jen Critch

Jen Critch has been a RRR woman for the last 18 years. After studying a commerce degree and a Diploma of Education she ended up in Mullewa teaching and met her husband Tim at the local pub. Fast forward to 2021 she is a part-owner and operator of a large broadacre...

Building Connections

Building Connections

Creating valuable connections for families choosing boarding in 2021 If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that many of the big changes in our lives, we have very little control over. The weather on our crops, a virus that changes the way we interact with the world...

Lavinia Wehr: Road to Education Series

Lavinia Wehr: Road to Education Series

Written By Trish Morton-Smith Lavinia is a social media and public relations consultant who runs her business Lavinia Wehr Social between her family farm in Esperance and Perth Residence.  Lavinia has recently commenced with the RRR Network and shares with us her...

It’s ok to ask for help

It’s ok to ask for help

This summer, as 2020 draws to a close, West Australians will be spending more time closer to home than ever before.  While the lead-up to Christmas for many families is often full of joyful get-togethers and festivities, for those who are experiencing family or...

Patricia Morton-Smith – Roads to Education Series

Trish is currently completing a Master of Design and Art at Curtin University after having a diverse career spanning the fields of health, libraries, policy, education and communications. We chatted to Trish about her regional upbringing, career and her current role with Curtin University’s Earn While You Learn (EWYL) initiative and the RRR Network.

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