There were almost 200 volunteers at the National Sailing Centre (NSC) on 6 June, the first day of the sailing races, and a young lady stood out from the crowd. With her Team Nila uniform and sunglasses, she was ready to start the day at the NSC.
Natasha Leah Conceicao (below), 18, Content Producer for the 28th SEA Games at the NSC said: "I believe that having 4 years of experience in windsurfing and a basic sailing course gave me the advantage to produce quality content for the viewers at home.''
Natasha returning from the media boat where she gave viewers live updates from the race course. Photo credit: Joan L Koh Jia Min/ SINGSOC
The 18-year-old is currently studying at Singapore Polytechnic and hopes to gain more experience in the field of reporting from this SEA Games experience. When asked how she felt about the experience, she said: "I am very happy because through this, I am able to make new friends and experience the SEA Games 2015 first hand in Singapore, which is an experience that I might never get again".
This author of this article is a volunteer content producer with Team Nila. For more content produced by Team Nila, please head to the 28th SEA Games Social Wall.