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It’s back to work for Lina

02 Aug 2011

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After seven months at home, Docklands mum Lina D’Ambrosio is back at work selling real estate with City Residential.

Daughter Amalie is off to Little Assets, which is close to the office at North Wharf.

And, as much as Lina loves being a mum, she’s itching to get back to work.

“I’m a people person and I’ve missed the contact that you get in this job,” she said.

Lina and partner real estate agent Glenn Donnelly are well known to Docklanders.

It was a very different Amalie than when Docklands News last called on the Yarra’s Edge family after her birth last December.

This time she was full of beans and good humour.

Lina was full of praise for the playgroups conducted at the Docklands Hub for new mums.  She said the staff were always helpful and the service was fantastic for new mums – both in professional support sense and as a social outlet of meeting others.

While Lina is going into a sales role, she will be keeping a close eye on the property management division of the company.

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