Two minutes with: Diana Crossan

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24th January, 2013
What did you learn from your time at the Probation Service? A mountain of stuff. It was an amazing wake-up call for a 22-year-old middle-class teacher’s daughter from South Canterbury. I also did a lot of social work and counselling training, including group work, community work, development work – lots and lots of stuff. I also learnt about the glass ceiling – I hit it with a loud thud. I got out because of it. What do you regard as one of your greatest achievements? Embedding a financial strategy for financial literacy in New Zealand. And ...

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