Nearly fifteen years ago my husband and I moved to here to raise our family and it’s the best decision we ever made. Five boys later, we know every sports field, emergency medical facility, and takeaway place in the region.
Our family, like many others, are concerned about the rising costs of living and lack of local job opportunities. Locally, I have worked as a Teacher Aide at Bribie Island State High School, and the Australian Red Cross Employment Service, specialising in supporting local people who have extra difficultly getting a job.
Now after studying, I’m a client manager for Star Finance where I help our local clients plan and meet their financial goals.
An Active Community Member
Being involved in my community has always been important to me. Currently I’m serving as the Queensland Vice-President of Without a Ribbon, a national charity focused on fundraising and support for people with rare cancers.
As a mum, I’ve been involved in our boys’ sport and am a member of the Caboolture and Bribie Island Chamber of Commerce.
Listening to Locals
It’s no secret that people in our area are frustrated by a lack of jobs, congested roads and are worried about the standard of our hospitals and schools. Most of all people are worried about the rising cost of living and a State Government that’s not doing anything to help.
The LNP is committed to leading a government that is better for Queensland. More government isn’t the answer to our problems – better government is. We’ll be a common sense government that listens, plans and acts to build a better Queensland.
Team Work Delivers Results
As your Liberal National Party Member for Pumicestone, I am committed to fighting for local jobs and more investment in our region. A strong, growing economy is the best way to ensure that families in Pumicestone have better health and education services and a safer community.
With your support, I will always fight for your interests and will do everything I can to build a better future for Pumicestone.