I have been a local Melton resident for the past 10 years and am a proud mum of a 5 year old daughter.
I have studied a Certificate IV in Government at Warner Institute and have been employed in the Local Government sector for the past 7 years.
I am a community activist and a volunteer. Currently, I am the President of a local not for profit organisation called the OESS Incorporated which is an organisation established to Encourage People to Step Towards Success.
As a Member of the Safe City Advisory Board with Melton City Council, I am always here to raise the voice of our community and to work towards transforming Melton to be a safe place to live, work and play.
My hard work and commitment over the years to the Melton community has been recognised. I have been Nominated for:
Access and Inclusion Leader of the Year Award 2021.
Citizen of the Year Award 2022.
Intercultural Engagement Leader of the Year award 2022.
Volunteer of the Year award 2019.
I am an advisory board member of the Victoria Multicultural Commission (VMC) and Mental Health Foundation.
I have successfully assisted many single mothers by connecting them to available resources and have provided support to so many women experiencing domestic violence.
To avoid social isolation and to boost self-confidence of our local senior citizens, I volunteered my time to provide counselling and welfare checks for our seniors.
As an active community member, I have had the opportunity to meet great local residents. I have listened to their concerns and have been encouraged by many to stand up for Melton and be their voice in the Victorian Parliament.
The residents of Melton have had enough of being neglected and left behind. They want their fair share and deserve better.
- fight for a new Melton Hospital
- reduce hospital surgery waiting list
- reduce public housing waiting list
- will fight for improved roads and public transport
I seek your support to make Melton best in the west.