Morgan's navigating a career to entertain

Morgan Waiora models fashion from Tannum Sands' store Saltt Clothing. Stripes and jumpsuit equal style and comfort.
Morgan Waiora models fashion from Tannum Sands' store Saltt Clothing. Stripes and jumpsuit equal style and comfort. Chris Chan

NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD Morgan Waiora loves to dance.

Any style works for her, but she specialises in hip-hop.

Morgan grew up in Tannum Sands but she now lives in Brisbane and studies entertainment at Queensland University of Technology.

Morgan can lay claim to being a reserve cheerleader for the Brisbane Broncos though it's not a path she has pursued.

"I think I want to work on a cruise ship in entertainment, and work my way up to director," she said.

 




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