Future bright for Prescott sisters
Wednesday, 15th May, 2019
Sisters Brady and Moana Prescott have graduated from the University of NSW.
They attended Morgan Street Public School and Willyama High School before leaving for boarding school at Kinross Wolari in Orange.
The eldest, Brady Sera Florence Prescott, graduated on May 6 with a Bachelor of Art Education. She took a gap year and moved to Chile for a period of time, after which she returned to finish her studies in 2018.
Brady has now returned to Broken Hill and is teaching at Alma public School. She recently won the People’s Choice Award for the Maari Ma Indigenous Art Awards 2019.
Moana Joon Megan Prescott graduated on May 10 with a Bachelor of City Planning (Honours). Moana is the first Indigenous Planner qualified in NSW. She is now working for the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet in Canberra.
Brady and Moana are the daughters of Mandy Hall and Harry Prescott, who are both very proud of their children.