New director “didn’t think twice” about accepting role

Meet new Kurrajong director Chris Egan

When he was asked to consider becoming a Kurrajong director, property valuer Chris Egan didn’t have to think twice.

“I feel most people don’t realize the wonderful and effective work places like Kurrajong deliver and the importance of having such a facility in the community.”

Born and raised in Canberra, educated at the Orange Ag College (CSU) and Hawkesbury Ag College (UWS), Chris moved to Wagga with his wife in 1997.

Now father to two children, Jack and Harry, he is a firm believer that it is a gift to have an able body and sound mind, and it is reflecting on this that inspires him to face any challenges that come his way.

He is keen to use this positive mindset when it comes to his role with Kurrajong, helping the community better understand the fantastic services the organization offers and the value it brings to people living with disability.

In his spare time spending as much time with family and friends as possible is his main priority, but he also he enjoys keeping fit, so can be found swimming, surfing, skiing, boating, and working around his property.