When she was 7, I was her nurse in hospital. She spent the formative years of life at Moora Moora, my community.
Now she is 23, and a law student, and has done a world first. She is suing the Australian government for avoiding what it forces businesses to do: to disclose the risk climate change poses to the value of government bonds.
This brilliant trick puts Katta O’Donnell up there with world leaders on climate change action.
But then, she was a bright little girl.