Tamryn-Lee Goddard

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About Tamryn-Leigh Goddard


Tamryn Lee Goddard was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe on the 23rd of April 1993. Most of her primary and secondary education was completed at Petra High school, Bulawayo through Cambridge, except for the years 2000 and 2001 when her family farm was designated by the governments’ war veterans and she and her family were forced to flee to Australia and then America under volatile circumstances. After completing her schooling in Bulawayo, Tammy moved to Durban where she pursued her first passion in fitness science through Exercise Teachers Academy. Tammy has always been a talented runner, equestrian, golfer and an academic. She received the Academic student of the year for 2012 for her Sport management diploma. Tammy then moved to Johannesburg, where she started working at the Inanda Polo Club- first as a riding instructor and stable manager and then as a personal trainer and gym manager, on the same premises. With aspirations to further her studies and gain a degree, Tammy left the Inanda club to start working part time whilst pursuing her second passion- environmental management. Tammy is now in her third year of studies and is extremely passionate about the environment, social welfare and sustainable development. Concerned about the economic situation in South Africa, Tammy went on a rather unsuccessful mission to Thailand to teach English, but soon found herself back in Johannesburg. She left with a wealth of revelations. Determined to find a platform to communicate her passion for sustainable development, social peace and to inspire people, Tammy sought after a job as a reporter for the United World Nation. Here she met Jonathan Andrews, who coincidentally shared the same passion. Tammy is now a reporter and Brand ambassador for the UWN’s #GETPeaceProject, and is fulfilling her dream of making the earth a better place.

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Mahatma Ghandi