Federal Election

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Our endorsed candidates will be listed in order of their state and electorate as soon as they are announced.

To help these women get elected, click on the name to select a candidate and use the link to donate to their campaign and to volunteer .

Australian Capital Territory
New South Wales
Northern Territory
Queensland
Tasmania
South Australia
Victoria
Western Australia

Australian Capital Territory

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New South Wales

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Northern Territory

Marion Scrymgour for Lingiari

Marion Scrymgour for Lingiari

Marion Scrymgour for lingiari

Marion has worked in the Territory's healthcare system and is long-time community advocate. She has lived and worked across the Territory all her life.

With cultural links to the Tiwi Islands and Central Australia, Marion was raised in Darwin with her 11 siblings and extended family. She was Member of the NT Legislative Assembly for 11 years, the first Indigenous woman in Parliament, the first Minister and the first Indigenous leader of any Government in Australia when she served as Acting Chief Minister.

For much of her life, Marion has worked to improve the health and economic opportunities of Territorians. In recognition of her tireless work, she was awarded an honorary doctorate in Health Sciences from the University of Sydney in 2013. She knows first-hand how critical health services are across the Territory and that protecting Medicare is an issue that affects all Territorians.

Marion knows what life is like for Territorians living in the Top End, the Centre and bush communities. She loves the Northern Territory and all it has to offer, from the most ancient cultures to the newest Australians that have chosen to call the Territory home.

Like her own parents, Marion has been a community champion for education. She is committed to developing local economies so that children who invest time in their education no longer have to leave their community or town for work.

Marion wants all people living in Lingiari to have access to a strong health care system, a quality education, and secure jobs.

She believes in reducing the use of fossil fuels and investing in renewables, particularly in remote areas.

 

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Queensland

Donisha Duff for Bowman

Madonna Jarrett for Brisbane

Ali France for Dickson

Sue Ferguson for Fairfax

Judene Andrews for Fisher

Gen Allpass for Groom

Elida Faith for Leichhardt

Edwina Andrew for the Senate

 

Donisha Duff for Bowman

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“I am the first in my family to achieve many milestones. While my parents and grandparents have been historically denied many rights and opportunities, as a First Nations person and a woman, I am fighting for equity. It is an enormous privilege to be a candidate for Federal parliament. We need to see and hear from women in positions of leadership and government. We need to see more diversity. Only then will we see real change.”

Donisha is a proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander woman, who has been a Bowman local for over 30 years. She is a respected community leader, serving as a board member of the Metro South Hospital & Health Service and holds an Adjunct Associate Professorship at Edith Cowan University. Donna possesses a BA (Hons), MBA and was a Churchill Fellow (2015). She has over 20 years of experience in health policy, planning and management. Donisha is currently the Chief Operations Officer at the Institute of Urban Indigenous Health (IUIH) in Brisbane.

In addition to these roles, she volunteers as Chair of Stars Foundation Ltd, a not-for-profit national organisation delivering school-based engagement programs for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls.

Donisha is running to give the people of Bowman the right representation they deserve – a female one!

Donisha is being mentored by Claire Moore, Former Senator

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Madonna Jarrett for Brisbane

Madonna Jarrett is Labor’s candidate for Brisbane.

Madonna Jarrett is Labor’s candidate for Brisbane. She was born and raised in Paddington and is a local and working mum. She grew up in a small workers cottage with 7 siblings, and started her career working in hospitals. She moved into the public sector to support the Goss Labor Government and is now a business professional with decades of private sector experience.

She knows that policy choices impact people’s livelihoods. Her family relied on award wages and penalty rates to get food on the table; Medicare for the stitches and plaster casts; and a pension so her grandparents could live in dignity into old age. In the workplace she has advocated for inclusion especially for women and youth, including being a mentor as well as lending her voice to policy forums; all in an effort to build a better future.

Like many of us, Madonna sees a better future which is why she will stand-up for secure jobs with a focus on sustainable industries, affordable education and a well-funded services that protect our most vulnerable in hospitals, aged care and the NDIS systems.
After working overseas, Madonna and her husband John returned home to spend more time with their elderly parents. She knows the importance of protecting the dignity of our senior citizens which is why she will fight to fix our broken aged-care system and for secure superannuation.

Madonna knows we need a change in culture in Canberra - not just more of the same from the Morrison LNP government. She wants more leaders in Canberra who care about women; who are prepared to put women at the centre of decision making and move them to the front of the room. She will be a strong voice for change in Canberra.

"Under the cover of the Victorian COVID-19 outbreak, Scott Morrison and the LNP have snuck out almost 1,000 changes to the Medicare Benefits Schedule. These changes will radically increase the cost of hundreds of orthopaedic, cardiac and general surgery items. You will be paying more - if you can afford it - to fix your arthritic hip or to be able to breathe more easily."

Madonna is being mentored by Janice Munt, Former Victorian MLA

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Ali France for Dickson

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Ali is passionate about her local community, local businesses and ensuring that the people of Dickson emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic in a better place.
Ali has lived on the Northside for thirteen years and is a mum of two teenage boys. She understands the financial pressures of raising a family and that is why she has continuously campaigned for policies that support good secure jobs and cheaper childcare for all families.

Ali is an amputee and disability advocate, and will continue to fight against the Morrison government’s proposed changes to the NDIS and push loudly for the rights of disabled people.

Ali has worked in the private, public and charity sectors as a journalist and communications manager. She knows the struggle of trying to get back to work following an injury and illness. Ali spent many years in and out of hospital after a traumatic accident in 2011 and will always stand up for our public hospital system and our front line workers.

Ali understands many of the issues impacting her community because she has lived them and is on the ground talking and listening to locals at every opportunity

Ali is being mentored by Lisa Chesters, Federal Member for Bendigo

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Sue Ferguson for Fairfax

Sue Ferguson for Fairfax

​​From a young age, Sue was surrounded by family who instilled in her the values of hard work and care for others, her mother a nurse and her father a mechanical engineer and small business owner. Sue’s large extended family were country people, and immigrants looking for a better life for their families. Sue’s family were her role models, teaching her the significance of contributing to the community and serving to help others.

Sue followed in her mothers footsteps, a career in nursing, both as a registered nurse and midwife, working in the public health system for a number of years. Sue's passion to work in the area of health promotion saw her working in community health and in schools with at risk adolescents. With a wealth of experience, Sue is now working once again in the community with our most vulnerable people and supporting those front line workers to ensure they are safe and supported.

A member of the Queensland Nurses and Midwives Union, Sue believes in the support unions bring to their members, ensuring workers' livelihoods and working conditions are protected and progressive.

Sue’s passion in the area of illness and injury prevention originates from her experiences as a nurse. She believes health is a priority for all ages and a robust system is required to ensure everyone in the community has access to the highest quality care, ranging from newborns to the elderly.

As a parent of five children, Sue understands the challenges women face in their lives to juggle a career and raise a family. With the ever increasing cost of living and demands on families, Sue believes in creating supportive communities where everyone has the opportunity to be valued, respected and given the best opportunities to succeed.

Sue is dedicated to represent the people of Fairfax, to be the voice of our regional area, to ensure we receive a fair share of the prosperity we create and to have equal access to the same standard of education, health care and community services as our fellow Australians. Sue is dedicated to protecting our beautiful environment so it can be shared and treasured by generations to come.

Sue will fight for labor values, fairness, equality and social justice and commits herself to the needs of the people of Fairfax through the Federal Parliament.

 

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Judene Andrews for Fisher

Judene brings a wealth of real-life experience. She grew up in a working-class family - her dad was a motor mechanic and her mum worked in a factory. She, herself, joined the workforce at 15, supporting people with disabilities in accessing affordable transport.

Judene has worked in the community sector for over 25 years and has first-hand experience of advocating for disadvantaged and vulnerable people, giving her a strong sense of social justice.

Judene is passionate about the environmental, gained from her experience as the sustainability manager for the largest health and community service provider in Queensland. She understands the impact climate change has on the health of our people and planet.

Living on the Sunshine Coast Judene is well aware of the worsening effects of climate change, and the consequences a decade of policy failure by the LNP government has had. The Sunshine Coast community wants action on climate change and a serious plan to make it happen. Queensland can be a world leader in renewable energy, and we owe it to our future generations to act now.

Judene is fighting to ensure the people of Fisher have a decent representative in Canberra who is ready to take responsibility for the decisions that impact our community. It’s time for a change in Fisher so we can change the Government.

 

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Gen Allpass for Groom

Gen Allpass for Groom

Gen Allpass is a genuine member of the Groom community. She went to school, and works in Groom. Her children were born, raised and go to school Groom and her extended family live locally. Gen is truly invested in the area.

She has a proven record of hard work and advocacy across the region. Gen is a passionate local women’s advocate and the founder of an award winning volunteer based not for profit organisation. In 2018, Gen won the Social Justice Award for her work, standing up for at risk, marginalised members of our community.

Gen is particularly passionate about better and more affordable public housing, secure employment with a decent and livable wage as well as bringing back local manufacturing opportunities.

Gen is looking forward to representing Groom with honesty, integrity and accountability.

Gen is being mentored by Liz Pommer, former Queensland candidate

 

 

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Elida Faith for Leichhardt

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Having been a Centrelink worker for 12 years and a single mother, Elida Faith knows locals are struggling. She understands, it's a struggle they shouldn't be facing. She believes this LNP Government have had 8 years, and in the case of the current LNP Federal Member for Leichhardt 25 years, to help the Leichhardt community.

People are still facing sky-high insurance costs, a housing crisis and an economy leaving hard working Australians behind. While the LNP might try and blame the pandemic for these struggles the fact is these struggles aren't new and have been making life hard for Far North Queenslanders much longer than the pandemic!

As a Cairns local of 21 years and a passionate union organiser of our dedicated Centrelink, Border force and other Federal employees Elida knows what her community needs and deserves from the Federal Government. The people of Far North Queensland need affordable housing, reasonably priced childcare, and secure jobs.

Importantly the people of Far North Queensland, and of Leichhardt need someone with the energy and ability to deliver for their community.

Elida is being mentored by Lesley Clark, former QLD MLA

 

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Edwina Andrew for the Senate

Edwina Andrew

Edwina Andrew is long-term resident of regional Queensland, having lived here for over 40 years. From remote Western towns, to regional hubs such as Townsville and Rockhampton, Edwina is a regional Queenslander who works and raised her family here.

As a frontline worker in social services, working in child protection and supporting children with disabilities, Edwina understands the importance of funding support for vulnerable people living in the regions.

After eight long years of a Morrison LNP Government our aged-care sector is in crisis. Edwina like many Queenslanders has cared for her elderly parents and has seen first-hand how cuts and a lack of resources in aged-care impacts families. Edwina will fight for the funding and resources needed so elderly Queenslanders live with the dignity they so rightfully deserve.

Having lived in social housing, Edwina understands the importance of having a place to call home. Edwina and Anthony Albanese’s plan to build 20,000 more social houses across Australia, including in regional Queensland will support families facing housing stress.

Edwina will be a strong voice for regional Queensland as part of Labor’s Queensland Senate team.

Edwina is being mentored by Jan McLucas, Former Senator

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South Australia

Louise Miller-Frost for Boothby

Marisa Bell for Mayo

 

Louise Miller-Frost for Boothby

Louise Miller-Frost for Boothby 

Louise Miller-Frost is passionate about equity and fairness. Throughout her working life, she's worked to make a positive difference in my community.

She was most recently the CEO of St Vinnies, have been the Chair of Unitingcare Wesley Bowden, CEO of Catherine House, and Co-Chair of the Adelaide Zero Project to end homelessness and Co-Chair of Anti-Poverty Week.

Louise has worked in health and in local government – providing support for older Australians and people with disability, economic development for local businesses, and facilities that build community: libraries, community centres, sporting clubs and open spaces.

She's the beneficiary of what Labor governments do. Her grandparents benefited from public education and health care.

"It changed their lives, and has meant my parents and I have been able to get ahead."

The people of Boothby have done the right thing through COVID.

They deserve a government that will keep them safe, that builds back better to deliver good secure jobs, and that ensures businesses continue to thrive.

They deserve a government that protects the environment they value, and takes action on climate change to Australia a world leader in the low-carbon economy to power Australian manufacturing and other industries.

 Louise is running for Boothby because she has the values and experience to advocate for our community and ensure we have a government that helps everyone get ahead.

 

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Marisa Bell for Mayo

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Marisa Bell stepped up to be the Labor Candidate for Mayo because as a healthcare worker she felt she has duty and responsibility to do so.

Marisa wants to help restore hope in a community that is in despair about their health system, their mental health and wellbeing, the economy, the environment. A community in despair about the future of their children’s job and education opportunities. A community in in fear of what the next fire season will bring.

She wants to use her knowledge, experience in health and education, experience in representation, advocacy to help make a difference in addressing the needs of community. To help improve health outcomes, to ensure fairness and equal access to health and education.

Marisa want to be part of a team that truly cares about their community and what matters to them. A team that will listen and genuinely consult.

"As a health professional I truly understand what it means to be responsible and accountable for those in my direct and indirect care. I want to be a part of a team that have a track record on working with all members of our community, welfare groups, all businesses, farmers and all employer and employee stake holders."

Marisa is running for Mayo because she wants to help restore funding to a health system in crisis, a struggling education system, restore funding to the ABC and uphold the values of justice fairness and democracy.

 

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Tasmania

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Victoria

Endorsed candidates are listed as soon as they announced.

Mary Doyle for Aston

Carina Garland for Chisholm

Surbhi Snowball for Flinders

Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah for Higgins

Nadia David for Indi

Mary Doyle for Aston 

Mary Doyle Labor Candidate for Aston

Mary Doyle is a proud unionist and mother of son Clancy, daughter Lily and guardian of much loved great-niece Jamilah. 

She is the youngest of a working class family of nine and grew up in Echuca. The house Mary grew up in was a housing commission home. At age 17, she moved to the eastern suburbs of Melbourne to be closer to three of her older sisters, and has remained there ever since.

During her first year in Melbourne, Mary worked as a cleaner, checkout operator, sandwich hand and payroll officer before eventually going to Box Hill TAFE to study Performing Arts. She then worked as a telephone operator at the TAB call centre in Box Hill where she became an active ASU member.

Mary is a breast cancer survivor.  At just 25, Mary found a lump in her right breast and was diagnosed with breast cancer in December 1995. In the 26 years since, with a scare here and there, she's been so fortunate to have not had a recurrence. Mary is a community ambassador for the Mother’s Day Classic fun run and walk, which raises funds for breast cancer research,  attends every year with her kids.

Mary is passionate about strengthening our industrial laws in defence of attacks from the Liberals, a great education for all (not just the privileged few) and improving Medicare, not tearing it down. Over the years she has participated in various union campaigns such as ‘Your Rights at Work’, ‘We Are Union’, ‘Build a Better Future’, the Marriage Equality campaign and ‘Change the Rules’. She has enjoyed having conversations with locals about the things that matter to them.

Mary will fight for fairness, equity and compassion within society. She strongly believes in standing up for those who need help, and making sure every single person in our community has equality of opportunity when it comes to health, education and work. Read more about Mary's Plans

 

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Carina Garland for Chisholm

Carina Garland for Chisholm

Carina has the experience, passion and intellect to give the residents of Chisholm the strong local voice they deserve.

Carina is a local who loves her community. She grew up in the multicultural south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne where she still lives, her father a doctor and her mother originally a nurse.

With Italian heritage, Carina understands the opportunity Australia has offered migrants who want to build secure lives for themselves and their families.

Carina understands the transformative power of Labor governments. Under the Whitlam Government, her grandfather trained as a teacher at Burwood Teachers College before going on to become a senior teacher at Emmaus College. This laid a path for future generations to pursue the lives they chose.

Carina was educated at Monash University, graduated with an Honours degree in English Literature before winning a scholarship to undertake a PhD at the University of Sydney, where she worked as an academic.

Carina has dedicated her professional life advocating to make the working lives of Victorians better, safer, and more secure. She has seen first-hand the impact that flat wages and insecure work has on families as well as on the local economy and has led the fight to secure better jobs for our community.

Carina wants to see a stronger, fairer future where there are secure jobs you can raise families on, more affordable childcare, protecting Medicare and keeping our healthcare system strong, and more investment in renewables.

Carina is being mentored by Sharon Claydon, MP for Newcastle, and EMILY's List National Co-convenor

 

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Surbhi Snowball for Flinders

Surbhi Snowball - Labor for Flinders

Surbhi joined the Labor Party after Morrison brought a lump of coal into chambers and said, ‘don’t be afraid” and that it was the future. Surbhi decided that very day that the future needed to look very different and she would do something about it.

Surbhi grew up in Mauritius, India and Zimbabwe, coming to Australia at 20, to study and graduated in Banking and Finance. She has worked in banks, on farms, and has run her own small business. After moving to the Peninsula 5 years ago with her husband and two children, Surbhi created an environmentally friendly home, got involved in the local community, working and volunteering for local organisations, while raising her youngest.

Her community connections give her a good understanding of the issues facing the electorate of Flinders. Issues like housing where she sees friends being unable to afford to rent or buy in this area, and young people she talks to who cannot see that they will be able to buy a home during their lifetime.

Surbhi wants to do more for the planet, and our children. Surbhi wants to see her children able to access the training and education that allows them to follow their passions. She is standing because she wants representation that reflects the community.

 

 

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Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah for Higgins

Dr Michelle Ananda-Rajah for Higgins.

From humble beginnings, Michelle’s parents migrated to Australia in search of a better life for their children. Michelle understands the powerful role that education and hard work can play in changing lives.Her parents bent the arc of their lives through education. And it was through her own drive and work ethic that Michelle is now one of Australia’s leading experts in infectious diseases.

At a major Melbourne Hospital, Michelle leads a team of frontline healthcare professionals. As COVID-19 struck, they faced unprecedented challenges and risks. With nurses and doctors terrified by the tragic scenes of COVID-19 in hospitals overseas, Michelle co-founded Health Care Workers Australia. Together with hundreds of frontline healthcare professionals, Michelle led the fight to better our pandemic response.

Michelle believes that now is the time for science, not spin. For unity, not division.

With our country facing unprecedented social, economic and environmental challenges, and this pandemic exposing the Morrison Government’s ineptitude, Michelle has decided to do something about it.

As your Labor Member for Higgins, Michelle will put thoughtful leadership, and scientific expertise back at the centre of government.

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Nadia David for Indi

Nadia David for Indi

Nadia is a criminologist, Australian Stock Horse breeder and owns the local bookshop with her husband, Charles. She was born and raised in Tasmania and moved to Beechworth in 2016 after a career in the New South Wales Police Force and the Commonwealth Attorney-General's Department.

A qualified solicitor, and now undertaking a PhD at Monash University, Nadia currently teaches Criminal Justice Studies at RMIT University while she and Charles manage their horse stud and bookshop together. Their two children, eleven-year-old Ben and eight-year-old Elena, lend a hand after school to help things run smoothly.

Nadia is a passionate unionist and is currently the Vice President of the RMIT Branch of the National Tertiary Education Union. She is also one of the Co-Convenors of EMILY's List in Victoria and has a long history of voluntary service on boards of governance in the local community.

Nadia and Charles are also involved in regrarian and sustainable agriculture and run their 38 hectare property using a variety of environmentally sensitive approaches. They recently began offering workshops on managing equine properties more sustainably and are having great success regenerating their property from its previous life as an overgrazed goat farm.

A life-long equestrian, Nadia rides competitively in a range of disciplines, and loves getting out into the equestrian community with her horses. She recently started campdrafting and competing in working equitation and is loving the challenge of learning new disciplines.

Nadia and Charles' son, Ben, has Down syndrome and is on the Autism Spectrum and accordingly Nadia has a strong interest in the NDIS and disability policy more broadly. A keen environmentalist, she wants more action on climate change and some frank discussions about the need to incorporate environmental policy into agricultural policy. Both she and Charles are involved in Farmers for Climate Action and Landcare.

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Western Australia

Endorsed candidates are listed as soon as they announced.

Tania Lawrence for Hasluck

Tracey Roberts for Pearce

Zaneta Mascarenhas for Swan

Fatima Payman for the Senate

Tania Lawrence for Hasluck

Tania Lawrence for Hasluck

Tania Lawrence and her husband live locally in Mundaring so she understands the challenges facing our fast-growing region: the need for better roads, access to quality healthcare and protecting the pristine hills environment from the ever increasing risk of a drying climate.

She has held senior positions in both the private sector and government, and now has her own small business (a distillery!). This experience in policy setting, governance and regulation, international business development and negotiation will make her an ideal representative in Parliament.

Tania is particularly passionate about creating opportunities for local jobs growth and balancing this with protecting our environment and community.

 

Tania is being mentored by Hannah Beazley, WA MLA for Victoria Park

 

 

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Tracey Roberts for Pearce

TRacey Roberts

Since being elected to Council in 2003, Tracey has been a local champion for almost 20 years. She sits on a number of school boards and is patron and committee member of dozens of community organisations.

Tracey is a strong advocate for Western Australia as President of the Western Australian Local Government Association and Vice President of the Australian Local Government Association.In the mid-1980's, Tracey emigrated to Australia with her husband David, who passed away in 1995 after a long battle with cancer. Their son Lee was only four years old.

Tracey remarried and had a second son, Matthew with her husband Pete.

In 2008, Tracey was diagnosed with breast cancer.It was the Wanneroo community who got her through these challenging times, and that support has driven her to give back.

Tracey has a proven track record of delivering for the City of Wanneroo, and has worked side by side with Premier Mark McGowan to deliver key infrastructure projects for Perth’s northern suburbs. In 2020, Tracey was appointed by the State Government to the State Recovery Advisory Group to drive the economic recovery from COVID-19.

Voters in Pearce have not forgotten that Scott Morrison and Christian Porter attacked Mark McGowan and sided with Clive Palmer to open our borders at the height of the pandemic.

Tracey will be a part of an Albanese Labor Government that will work with Mark McGowan - not against him - to stand up for WA.

Tracey is being mentored by Janine Freeman, Former WA MLA

 

 

 

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Zaneta Mascarenhas for Swan

Zaneta Mascarenhas for Swan

Zaneta Mascarenhas was born in Kalgoorlie and grew up in Kambalda - a nickel mining town where her dad was a fitter and mum the kindy cleaner.

Her first job, was on the checkout at Woolies. When Zaneta's supervisor bullied her to tears in front of customers, she saw what it meant to be part of a union. The union stepped in to help, they listened and made her supervisor apologise.

Zaneta moved to Perth to study science and engineering at Curtin University, later serving as Curtin Student Guild President and NUS West President, leading the fight to stop the Liberals destroying student unions and putting up uni fees.

In her 15 year career as an engineer, she has worked in dozens of sites across regional WA and Victoria, often as one of a handful of women in predominantly male worksites.

For the last 10 years Zaneta has used her skills to help mining companies develop policies and practices to address climate change. As an engineer and a scientist, she understands that leadership in the area of climate change policy is urgently needed. Only Labor can deliver that policy, along with a process based on fairness and equity to enable industries and workers to make a just transition to a low carbon economy.

For the last 8 years, Zaneta and her husband have lived in East Victoria Park, where they are raising two children, Lincoln and Felicity.

Zaneta is on your side, fighting passionately for families like yours in Swan. If elected she will work tirelessly with you for a strong and fair society

Zaneta is being mentored by Senator Louise Pratt

 

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Fatima Payman for the Senate

Fatima Payman for the Senate

Fatima Payman is an Australian Muslim with cultural roots from Afghanistan. The eldest daughter of four children, raised in the Northern suburbs of Perth, with a keen enthusiasm for life and the opportunities that present themselves along this journey.

She is a Political Organiser at United Workers Union and the current ;President of WA Young Labor.

Fatima has served as the Secretary of the Racial and Ethnic Equality Branch for the last 3 years. She is also on the WA Police Muslim Community Advisory Board, the Mirrabooka Police District Youth Advisory Group and member of the Developing Community Leaders Initiative. She is passionate about breaking down barriers and stigma
to give women a platform to voice their opinions and have an active say in matters important to them.

Previously Fatima worked as the Electorate Officer of Hon. Pierre Yang MLC and the Leadership Program Coordinator at Edmund Rice Centre WA. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology and Sociology, a Graduate Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences and will further her studies in Master of Public Policy.

Fatima's life motto:
"To live life with no regrets and make choices that enable growth and personal development, in order to better serve my family, my community and our Australian society as a whole."

Fatima is being mentored by former senator, Trish Crossin

 

 

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