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Opho’s New Grant’s Gig

After almost 2 years as Brand and Promotions Manager for SCA in Central Queensland, Ophelia “Opho” Standley-Thompson took last year off to look after her 14 year old brother (before COVID). However she’s now jumped back in the thick of radio and says she has a new dream role as Content Director with Grant Broadcasters in Bega/Far South Coast NSW.  She is actually the youngest employee in the region. Opho says the team is amazing and she loves coming to work every day – and the staff don’t even mind when she brings her pet duck in!

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  1. The duck is rad…Opho’s okay, too :p

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