RUNNING THE WORLD | Former RAMC (Reserve) Sally Orange MBE

The Debrief

Tuesday, 16 January 2024 - 1 hour 8 minutes

A nasty injury aged 16 meant Sally Orange had to spend 9 months learning to walk again. During this time she learnt about the role of a physiotherapist, and set her goal to become one. Multiple applications & years later, Sally qualified and began her career with the NHS, before joining the TA. Eventually moving into a FTRS role, Sally deployed to Afghanistan to lead her team and develop courses to help wounded personnel recover from injury. Sally was medically discharged in 2019, and suffered with depression & anxiety, something that would lead her on to her fundraising efforts completing marathons around the globe dressed in costumes. Sally has raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for over 50 charities, is an Army Cadet Ambassador, and was recently awarded an MBE for her efforts.
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