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Kate is a barrister who practices in personal injury law. She is a founding member of Walsh Chambers, the first dedicated barrister's chambers in Geelong. Having been a Geelong local for most of her life, she enjoys spending time in this beautiful region with her two children and extended family. Kate has a passion for community broadcasting and was formerly a board member of Channel 31. She has been a breakfast host on the Pulse, but due to work commitments, you will hear her only occasionally as a guest of Liz, Leo or Brett on Friday mornings.

Massive metal head, devout Pink Floyd fan, and a sucker for every genre of music from Russian opera to electric grooves.

Ross Williamson presents Just Jazz, Jazz on The Pulse & Hot, Sweet & Jazzy.

Interested in all things positive, especially food.

Michael Martinez was appointed CEO of Diversitat in 2005. Prior to this, he had been with Diversitat for 11 years in a number of roles including Manager of Employment & Training and General Manager. Michael is a member of a number of committees and boards including being a Director of Geelong Community Investments which operates Geelong Community Telco and member of the National Council of MRCs. He has an Arts Degree from Monash in Politics and History. Michael lives in Anglesea on the coast 40 km’s from Geelong and is married with 2 children. His Latin band Los Locos he plays locally and features in festivals such as Apollo Bay and Queenscliff. A lifetime of waiting came to an end in 2007 with the greatest team of all Geelong winning the AFL cup. Back to Back for 2008.

Sophia Shen | Host of the Chinese Program | 94.7 The Pulse

Host of Mitchell's Front Page from 2014.   Q. If you could meet one person who has passed away, who would it be and why?   A. Robert Menzies- because who wouldn't want to meet and potentially interview Australia's longest-serving PM   Q. What’s your guilty pleasure song?   A. Sophie Ellis-Bextor- Get Over You   Q. Favourite food   A. Nasi Lemak   Q. If you could have any job for a day, what would it be?   A. AFL Master of Ceremonies   Q. Best advice for anyone looking to work in radio?   A. Persistence and determination are key- you really have to put the years in and be prepared to hone your skills week in and week out without giving up easily.

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