Two years on from first stepping into the corporate world, Craig Lambert, former AFL player, checks in to update us on his journey. Click to read some of the insights he shares.
AFL Great, Craig Lambert, now an Upstream Account Executive, shares how footy helped prepare him for a job in the corporate world. Check out his story.
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