I grew up in Rosanna where I went to Banyule Primary School and got my first job at Yallambie McDonalds.
Dad ran his business in Rosanna for around 30 years while Mum taught at local schools; Rosanna Golf Links Primary, St Francis Xavier Primary in Montmorency and Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar.
I’m now a mum to a baby girl and will raise my family in this community.
I’m a former ABC TV and Radio News Reporter and have held senior roles at Oxfam and now in the public service.
I worked for Jenny Macklin to help deliver important Labor reforms, including the National Disability Insurance Scheme and Paid Parental Leave.
I want to be your voice in Canberra to support our local hospitals and schools, protect our ABC and ensure our community gets its fair share.
Residents in Melbourne’s North east will benefit from affordable access to life-saving medical scans under a Shorten Labor Government. Labor will deliver a Medicare-funded MRI licence to Austin Heidelberg Repat Hospital so locals can get the scans they need close to home without being hit with high out-of-pocket costs. This