NEW ADDITION: A big welcome to Quest’s newest employee, Celina Solis.
NEW ADDITION: A big welcome to Quest’s newest employee, Celina Solis. Rosie O'Brien

Apartment executive loves her latest role

GLADSTONE'S Quest apartments recently welcomed its newest business development executive.

At just 20-years-old, Celina Solis is a gem for the company and is happy to be living and working in our town.

"Previously I've been the PCYC receptionist and the function manager at the Grand Hotel, but this is very new to me," she said.

"It's so awesome though. I'm meeting heaps of new and influential local people."

Celina has moved out of her parent's Turkey Beach home and into a house at Calliope with her boyfriend Cain, and two other housemates.

When Celina isn't working at her new job, she enjoys waterskiing at Lake Awoonga and motorbike riding.

"I'm really outdoorsy and love getting out their on the weekend," she said.

"I have a bit of a boy's mind when it comes to the sporty activities."

Celina admits though that her pet hate is fishing, and would swap that to do raw movement and CrossFit any day.

Celina said she loves living in Gladstone and is looking to stay here for a while yet.

"One of my main reasons for staying and not venturing out to somewhere like Brisbane is that I really don't like crowds," she said.

"What I love most about here is the community spirit.

"I'd love to travel to random places though so that's definitely in my plans."

For Christmas Celina's plans include seeing friends that are travelling up from the Gold Coast.



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