Those familiar with Mangerton teenage scientist and inventor Macinley Butson will not be surprised.
But being nominated for two prestigious awards in the space of a week is impressive in anyone's language, let alone for an 18-year-old.
Miss Butson is a finalist in the Australian Women's Weekly & AGL 2019 Women of the Future Awards for her passion and commitment to helping others.
The awards, taking place in Sydney on Wednesday, highlight the achievements of some of the country's most extraordinary young women.
If successful, Miss Butson will be awarded $35,000 to aid her SMART Armour initiative - which protects a woman's healthy breast during radiotherapy - and a full page advertisement in the Australian Women's Weekly to promote her cause.
The University of Wollongong student is also a finalist in the Women's Agenda Leadership Awards, to be announced on Friday, September 13.
Miss Butson invented a [SODIS] sticker that tests when water is safe to drink, that is capable of potentially saving millions of lives from dangerous biologically contaminated water.
Last week this invention earned the 2018 NSW Young Australian of the Year the prestigious Stockholm Junior Water Prize. She is the first Australian to win the award which she received from Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria at a gala ceremony.
Miss Butson was grateful her work was being recognised.
"But I've always done my projects because I love working on them and I want to help people," she said.
"But it is incredibly reassuring and humbling and encouraging to know that someone is saying yep, 'you are on the right track, keep doing what you're doing'.
"It is very humbling and I'm thankful for that."