As a mother, nurse, union delegate and community member, Helen has cared for and fought for the rights and wellbeing of others for decades. As a candidate for the United Australia Party in the division of Moore, she will continue to strive for the betterment of others.
Raising three children in the Moore electorate has allowed Helen to connect and be actively involved volunteering within the local community through schools and sporting clubs for over twenty years.
As a union delegate she has supported work colleagues and been entrusted to represent them in times of conflict and negotiations.
Thirty-two years nursing has given Helen a unique perspective on many issues facing Australians today including caring for the young or for the elderly in our under-resourced aged care system.
She is a strong believer in patients’ rights to choose or refuse treatments and medications.
“The current vaccination mandates deny many people their right to an informed consent free from coercion. The United Australia Party is committed to stopping the vaccine mandates and vaccine passports and restoring Australia’s freedoms, as am I,’’ she said.