Help Bronwyn Currie get elected: Kingston 2020
BRONWYN CURRIE - CITY OF KINGSTON
Bronwyn is standing for Longbeach Ward in the City of Kingston.
Bronwyn Currie has lived in the south-east for most of her life and is a long-term resident of Kingston, currently living in Chelsea Heights with her five children. She is the Regional Group Leader for the Animal Justice Party in the South Eastern Metropolitan Region. Prior to raising her family, Bronwyn had a professional career in senior human resource management in the Victorian public service. She has run small businesses and been heavily involved with volunteering for local organisations and has a strong interest in community facilities and services.
Bronwyn believes deeply in the values of the Animal Justice Party - these being Kindness, equality, rationality and non-violence. These are her guiding principles which will underpin her decision making as your local councillor.
“Kingston is a vibrant, diverse community with wonderful natural environments, both land and sea, that need to be protected and enhanced and I recognise that companion animals also deserve the best care, protection, services and access to facilities - as a councillor, my duty is to help all who need it”.
Being passionate about animals, people and environment, keeps her in touch with the community, listening, advocating and helping those who require support. Ms Currie’s contribution has been recognized through her nominations for Kingston Australia Day (2019) and Woman of the Year Awards (2019, 2020). If elected, she looks forward to working with the Council to enhance the implementation of our long-term vision and responsible financial management for constituents.
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