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Wilma O’Sullivan

What’s your name?



Where were you born?



What’s your profession?

Apprenticeship coach.


Since when?

I’ve been working at Pameijer for 21 years, and since august 2015 at Theater Maatwerk / Theater Babel Rotterdam.


What do you like most about your profession?

To create a possibility for people to show their strength and use their talents.


What’s your hobby?

The plant-based kitchen.


Which property to a person is important for you?

When people are sincere and authentic and dare to be vulnerable.


Who do you admire?

Not anyone specific, but I have a lot of admiration for people who make something of their life even though despite their disabilities and dare to chase their dreams.


What’s your most prominent characteristic?

My enthusiasm.


What do you want to tell the world?

I always have the urge to tell people they have to take good care of themselves. Your health is the most important thing there is, it’s your base.


What do you want to learn?

I want to learn a lot in many fields. You’re never done learning, I learn every day.


What do you like most about your appearance?

I’m happy with my hair.


For what can we wake you up?

Black beans brownie.


What’s your most precious possession?

My son, even though he is not my possession. Otherwise my blender.


What’s your most beautiful memory?

My son being born.


What’s your saddest memory?

Beign aware that there are people who only want to get richer themselves over the backs of others, animals and the planet.


When were you happiest?

When I travelled for a year. I got very happy from the freedom.


Why did you cry, the last time you cried?

During the performance of To be.


Who would you like to have dinner with?

To share a delicious plant-based meal with a real carnivore.