Gemma Cotton

I never knew what I wanted to be. People always ask other people “What do you want to be or do?” and I think it is one of the hardest decisions to make, let alone answer. I kept taking opportunities that came to me and found that everything I did was to answer “why?”, what if?”, and “what is possible?”. I realised that what I wanted to do was to give the world a little more understanding, a little more knowledge, a chance for hope and, in doing so, I found that I had always been a scientist.

Sharron Bennett