Councillor for City of Sydney Council
I’m a community organiser, a researcher and a feminist living on Gadigal Country, in inner-city Sydney. I am passionate about making Sydney a city for everyone, working with communities to lead urgent climate action and reduce inequality.
I have worked with environmental organisations, unions and Aboriginal groups, coordinating anti-racism and environmental justice campaigns, and winning legal protections for cultural heritage and native title.
Representing Newtown as a Local Councillor on Marrickville Council (2012-2016), I worked closely with local community groups and residents, and led successful campaigns for new affordable housing, to expand public services and to increase local green spaces.
I’ve helped build inner-Sydney resident groups, managed community organisations and advised government. I currently work at the University of Sydney.
I am a volunteer karate teacher at Jin Sei Ryu Karate Do (Darlington), a Board member of Inner Sydney Voice (Inner Sydney Regional Council, based in Waterloo) and I am currently a Coordinating Group member of the Redfern, Eveleigh, Darlington, Waterloo Watch (REDWatch) residents’ action group.
Read more about me here.
We have a vision for Sydney as a climate leader and city for everyone.
A city that is grassroots, creative and equal. The City of Sydney has the profile and resources to drive environmental justice and real change, transitioning our grid and investing in genuinely secure and affordable housing.
We will empower communities to respond to the climate emergency and rising inequality. We will build our tree canopy, expand quality public services and spaces, and stand with activists to ensure all our diverse residents and communities feel welcome and safe everywhere.
Read more about the latest news and our vision:
The City of Sydney Council this week voted to establish a Housing for All committee and working group, as a response to the growing calls for more affordable housing in the city and the campaigning by Greens and residents in the recent council elections. Greens City...
Council should be the heart of strengthening communities and civil society. Representative democracy is not enough. We want to expand local democracy so that people can be involved in making decisions that affect them and are directly involved in making their...
We have a vision for Sydney that will fast-track action in response to climate change. It’s clear we’re in a climate emergency. We need urgent and meaningful action to mitigate the disastrous effects of global warming. As a major world city, Sydney can be part of a...
The Greens want to ensure Sydney is a city for everyone, not just the rich. Sydney has become more unequal. As developer and investor profits have skyrocketed, housing in our city has become even less affordable and secure for renters, students, casuals and people on...
Unlike Labor and the Coalition, we don’t have the pockets of big business.
We have something far more powerful. You.