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About Henriette

Henriette Boonen is the Marketing Manager at the Law Office of Conrad Curry where she supports the firm in marketing and client engagement activities.

Henriette has successfully managed all aspects of marketing and business development in both the IT and legal sectors for over 25 years and is relishing the opportunity to support the Law Office of Conrad Curry in its continued growth and development.

When not at work, Henriette enjoys travelling, swimming, reading and bush-walking. She is kept busy by a husband, two teenage girls and two ragdoll cats.

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