Life at Oracle: Nadia Gruny – Making Our Communities Better
Nadia Gruny, manager Oracle Volunteers & Captain US Women's National Cricket Team, is inspired to make communities better by supporting volunteer efforts and sustainability at Oracle as well as coaching girls cricket to instill confidence & teamwork.
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