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Nathan Taiaroa shuns finance career for Tanzania | The School of St Jude

Nathan Taiaroa shuns finance career for Tanzania

Nathan with St Jude's students
Nathan with St Jude's students.

A Brisbane man has turned his back on a promising career in finance and fat bank balances.

Nathan Taiaroa, 26, farewelled corporate Australia, put his career on hold and travelled 12,000 kilometres to volunteer at one of Africa’s largest non-profit schools, The School of St Jude in Tanzania.

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