Water engineer who helps those in need

Nicole Teo-Nally might have been a great violinist, but chose humanitarian engineering instead

NICOLE Teo-Nally has spent her young life engrossed in engineering, from robotics to water.

She is also one of those humans who believes working with those who have little is a good use of her skills.

Born in Perth, Western Australia, Nicole grew up around the suburb of Lynwood.

“I went to Yidarra Catholic Primary School before Penrhos Ladies College,” she recollected.

“At school I had ideas of being a world class violinist having played the violin since I was just four.

“However, my father, an engineer himself, suggested a more vocational career – music was not an earner.”

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