I’ve lived in Glen Eira my whole life, and I love my local community. I’m passionate about well developed evidenced-based policy as well as a kinder, more compassionate approach to government. I’m also one of the Mental Health Foundations 2020 Youth Ambassadors, with a particular passion for better mental health policy across all levels of government.

The coronavirus pandemic has been hard on so many living in Glen Eira. With economic and health crises, it’s clear that forward-thinking, innovative ideas are going to be necessary to ensure that nobody gets left behind. I’m not just going to work for a better council, I’m going to fight for transparency, inclusivity, and make sure that Glen Eira is responsive to the needs of its residents.

With your help I will advocate for:

  • Supporting small business and sole traders by reducing unnecessary red tape and expanding and extending council grant opportunities.
  • Tackling the climate emergency by ensuring council commits to the 2030 carbon neutrality target and that council works proactively with businesses to expand access to renewable energy.
  • Increasing Council transparency and councillor accountability, including furthering resident inclusion in the decision making processes
  • Modernising and digitisatising our council services, including developing a Digital wallet, acting as an online hub for small businesses to streamline their interactions with council.
  • Opposing the sale of council owned and facilitated aged care facilities and fighting for an improvement in the overall quality of aged care services.
  • Better and more accessible local amenities, including more green open spaces and the permanent opening of Caulfield Racecourse to public use.
  • Helping local community organisations and sporting clubs get the facilities and government support they deserve