Gen is a genuine local with a family history in her community dating back to the 1870s.
She went to school in the electorate, works here and her children are born and raised here and are students in a local state school.
Gen began fighting for social justice and community change and has gone from writing a play as a young child to fundraise in her street for a local aged-care facility to founding and becoming the CEO of an award winning not for profit charity, winning the 2018 Social Justice Award and becoming internationally recognised for her work with women’s advocacy, specifically for marginalised women and refugees.
She has a proven record of hard work and advocacy across the region and is a true representative who works for all members of our community, locals, workers, public and private sectors.
She knows first-hand the challenges of local families in Groom and is genuinely invested and committed to getting the best outcomes for our region.
She knows how to bring her community together and is recognised as someone who can work with and deliver across economic, social and political divides and believes that for far too long, the community members of Groom have been left behind, taken for granted and not wholly represented. That’s why as a long-term hard-working resident of the Groom Electorate, Gen will be a true local representative for everyone.