Caity Foley

Personal Assistant to James Harrison

Caity ended up on the shores of CHG in early 2018 after five ‘gap’ years spent in Leeds, England. She started as the Receptionist and has since stepped into the big shoes of being James’ Personal Assistant. With a few years of administration, reception & assistant roles under her belt, Caity loves getting to know colleagues and clients, and is passionate about honest work and keeping things organised & running smoothly. 

She spends the majority of her spare time either in the kitchen cooking, playing the piano, sipping on good coffee or a dry red (depending on the time of day!), and spending quality time with her closest friends and family.

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Quick Questions with Caity

Motto or personal mantra?
“If you have good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely.” – Roald Dahl (The Twits)

What are your hopes for your career?
To never be too comfortable, keep expanding my skillset & capacity, and eventually find out what it is that I was put on this Earth to do.

What do you like to do on your days off?
Experiment in the kitchen, clean the house, discover new music, walk along the beach…

What do you like most about your job?
The amazing people I get to see every day!

What does true leadership mean to you?
Treating others how you would like to be treated, giving credit where credit is due, and always inspiring others to be their best.

Where would you like to travel to?
I would love to visit Mexico!

If you were stuck on an island, what 3 things would you bring?
A friend, a guitar and a knife (for preparing food… nothing suspicious!)

What would you likely tell your 13 year old self?
You have more influence than you realise; use that for good, talk less & listen more, and don’t sell yourself short!

What places have you lived in?
Maryborough, QLD until age 17 then across the ocean to Leeds, England until age 22, now living in Palmy (the best place in the world!)

What is your favourite movie?
Anything directed by Wes Anderson!

How do you define success?
Looking back over your life knowing you truly made the most of every opportunity and never stopped learning.

What is your least favourite food?
Coriander – tastes like soap!