In 2003, Anna Grace was honored by the Australian Women's Weekly Most Inspiring Women Awards.
Anna Grace helped to found the Sudanese Australian Integrated Learning (SAIL) Program. She ceased coordinating in 2003 and became a full-time teacher.
Anna Grace: I am much more talkative than Geneva, and I'm not shy. But like Geneva, I really love animals.
Anna Grace: I became interested in performance because I did ballet dancing for years. I trained as a dancer and singer, and after a while I ended up acting, too.
Anna Grace: We started off just wanting to help Sudanese kids improve their literacy, but we realised if we worked closely with the community there was a lot more we could do. Issues such as housing, nutrition and health were also critical for people trying to adjust in a culturally different country.
Anna Grace: To me, it's these amazing, resilient Sudanese people who are
the inspirational ones, not me.
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