Darcy has shined with her strong sense of social justice and inspirational leadership qualities through her involvement with the SCSC Student Representative Council, Animal Rights Activism and her role as head of ‘Q’Ed Board’ at various schools. She completed Year 12 at Belmont High School and has began a Bachelor of Communication (Professional Communications) at RMIT university while also working part-time.
She is most proud of overcoming the challenges regarding her family and personal life and making a successful transition from Year 12 into tertiary education. She defines the Skyline Program as “family, friendship, support, love and kindness” as the workshops and residential Programs have allowed her to spend quality time with other inspirational individuals.
Darcy champions for “women empowering women” and cites Amelia Earhart as her inspiration. With a bright future ahead of her, she sees her future self as being “passionate, honest and kind” and will continue her endeavours of making a positive impact in the world.