The Opportunities Party

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The Opportunities Party is a centrist party that advocates evidence-based policy, and presents itself as an alternative to the two major parties on that basis. Many of TOP’s policies are environmentally focussed and the party has pushed for a universal basic income. TOP was founded by businessman Gareth Morgan to contest the 2017 election but failed to gain any seats. It is now led by Geoff Simmons, an economist and former employee of Morgan’s personal charitable foundation.

Geoff Simmons

Leader

Shai Navot

Deputy leader

Quick facts

  • Year founded 2016
  • Times in government 0
  • Current MPs 0
  • Electorate seats held0
  • Donations received 2017-2019 $2,511,762
  • 2020 polling average
    0.7%
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Geoff Simmons
Geoff Simmons
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Rongotai electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Provide more active and public transport options to so that people don't need to use a car, and help reduce emissions. Allow more high density housing around those public and active transport routes to bring down the cost of housing. A Universal Basic Income of $250 per week for everyone, no questions asked.
Why I’m running
Like most Kiwis I believe in making sure everyone gets a fair go – equality of opportunity. However I don't think this is happening at the moment. The cost of housing and rent is out of control. This is choking our businesses and worsening child poverty. We are also leaving future generations with serious environmental problems like climate change. To give current and future generations a fair go, we need real change. Only TOP has the courage, skills and ideas to make that change.
About me
I am an economist. I've worked for Treasury, run my own business and worked overseas. I have spent my career as searching for solutions to New Zealand's biggest problems, only to watch politicians throwing those solutions in the too hard basket. So I figured if you can't beat them, join them. After all, the only way to be less popular than an economist is by becoming a politician.
Party list rank
1
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Economist
Place of residence
Mount Cook, Wellington
Age
45
2017 Result
4th in Wellington Central
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Shai Navot
Shai Navot
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for North Shore electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Make housing and rents affordable: the rising cost of housing is the biggest driver of rising inequality and poverty. Create a modern, simple and fair tax and welfare system, with a Universal Basic Income that provides dignity and freedom. Support small businesses, so they are sustainable, and ensure we grow the economy while reducing harm on the environment.
Why I’m running
It's time for real change. It's time we address the fundamental underlying issues in our society, instead of ignoring them or throwing money at the symptoms. Rising inequality, housing unaffordability, and our climate and environment crisis have been getting worse for 30 years; National or Labour, the outcomes are the same. TOP is the only party focused on the real drivers of these issues. TOP's policies will deliver systemic change, to make sure every Kiwi has the opportunity to thrive.
About me
I grew up on the North Shore, and feel very lucky to live here. I was a lawyer for 7 years before becoming deputy leader of TOP, working as a civil litigator, and a Crown prosecutor. I am also studying a Master of Public Policy. My practical knowledge about how our justice system works, and the challenges facing so many people in our society, will be crucial to my role in parliament. I have seen the systemic issues, and now it's time to fix them.
Party list rank
2
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Crown prosecutor
Place of residence
Milford
Age
34
2017 Result
Did not stand
3
Jessica Hammond
Jessica Hammond
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Ōhāriu electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Implement a universal basic income of $250 for everyone aged 18-65 and $40 for every child. Make housing affordable by removing the tax loophole that fuels property speculation and addressing supply constraints. Support a climate-friendly recovery from Covid, making homes energy efficient and encouraging EVs and bikes.
Why I’m running
I believe everyone should have a chance at a good life. We should be able to hope for better than 3 more years of things being slightly less terrible. I want you to hold politicians to a higher standard. I want a parliament where our representatives listen to experts in science, economics and education – not just in PR. Where the measure of a policy is whether it improves the wellbeing of people and the environment, not whether it can be expressed in a soundbite (she says, in a tidy soundbite).
About me
I've advised government ministers as a public servant for 16 years. I know what makes a good policy and what works in practice. I have qualifications in economics, psychology and philosophy. My speciality is applied ethics. I'm a mum of two with strong connections to my community and a track record of volunteer work. I want to do what I can to leave this world in a better state than I found it. This is a tough time to have a such a mission for one's life, but I intend to try.
Party list rank
3
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Senior policy advisor
Place of residence
Khandallah
Age
41
2017 Result
3rd in Ōhāriu
4
Mathew Pottinger
Mathew Pottinger
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Nelson electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Flatten the house price curve to make our housing and rents affordable again over time. Introduce a universal basic Income of $250/week to make work pay and remove the welfare trap that punishes effort. Encourage more investment in businesses by broadening the tax base to achieve a higher standard of living for everyone.
Why I’m running
In 2017 I voted for TOP. I thought that would be enough to get TOP in to parliament and enable them to enact the bold change needed to confront and address the underlying drivers of NZ's 'severely unaffordable' housing and its wide-reaching impacts on the economy. It wasn't enough. My options were either to vote for them again and expect a different outcome, or put my name forward as a candidate. In order to play my part in fixing the long-term systemic issues in this country, I have chosen the latter.
About me
I am an entrepreneur, mechatronics engineer and founder of a small business based in Nelson that develops, manufactures and exports a high-tech, high value product to elite-level athletes in overseas markets. I bring a penchant for systems thinking and an entrepreneurial, get-it-done attitude. I'm not afraid to tackle our long term systemic issues head-on, focusing on best-practice, evidence-based solutions that address the root causes rather than dealing only to the symptoms.
Party list rank
4
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Managing director, engineer
Place of residence
Nelson
Age
33
2017 Result
Did not stand
5
Ben Peters
Ben Peters
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Dunedin electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Address the housing crisis by holding house prices steady while wages rise and implementing an urban development act. Implement a universal basic income and tax reform to give dignity and security to all New Zealanders. Update our gene editing regulation so that kiwi scientists are equipped to tackle the problems New Zealand faces.
Why I’m running
I care deeply about the growing inequality in Aotearoa New Zealand. This is largely driven by the unchecked rising cost of housing, TOP has great policies on this which first attracted me to politics. I also believe in advancing the use of scientific solutions for our environmental issues. We deserve a government willing to consider all possible options fairly and without bias. I am running because we can't afford to leave change to chance.
About me
I have been training and working as a biochemist for over a decade, and have a wealth of experience interpreting and communicating information as a researcher and educator. I serve on my church's board and have volunteered in my community, learning a lot about meeting people where they are and working together for change. Having lived all over the country I appreciate many different walks of life. Understanding people and policy are essential skills for someone in government.
Party list rank
5
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Uni professional practice fellow
Place of residence
Mornington
Age
29
2017 Result
Did not stand
6
Tuariki Delamere
Tuariki Delamere
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
6
First entered Parliament
1996
2017 Result
Did not stand
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Ben Atkinson
Ben Atkinson
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Banks Peninsula electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
To be accessible to my constituents. Contact me with your issues and I will listen. I will reply and work to help you. Access to affordable housing. Ensure local government has the funding it needs to do their jobs. Instead of government restricting them.
Why I’m running
For the past 30 years New Zealand has been flipping the coin between red and blue. But should we really be leaving our dire problems to the fate of a coin toss. To chance? I'll tell you right now that I am not comfortable with leaving our housing crisis, child poverty and the ills of society to chance. And that is why I am standing for TOP, I have always been a guy who gets out and does the hard work to get results in our communities. Join me in not leaving change to chance.
About me
I'm known in my community for walking the walk. Even without the funding or resources I have always just got on with the real issue at hand. I ran a social enterprise that donated 63,000 lunches to under-privileged children. I have run projects and campaigns for men's mental health awareness and youth political engagement and I now work in mental health and addiction support for homeless people. Why would you vote for someone who says they will do the work when I'm already out there doing it.
Party list rank
7
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Mental health and addiction support
Place of residence
Somerfield
Age
34
2017 Result
Did not stand
8
Naomi Pocock
Naomi Pocock
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Hamilton East electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Resolve unaffordable housing (rent and house prices) over time by shifting investment into productive assets like business. Give everyone a universal basic income of $250/week to eliminate poverty and incentivise work (no abatement). Help businesses recover by abolishing provisional tax, offering $10k grants for energy and technology efficiency + more.
Why I’m running
I was freaking out about the future for my children until I found TOP. Now I have hope. TOP has the vision to lead NZ forwards. Not left or right, just forwards. We are the only party willing to address NZ's issues at a fundamental level. Unaffordable housing, poverty, unswimmable rivers, climate change, the exporting of our pristine water overseas and many more. TOP has evidence-based policies to fix our biggest challenges. We won't buy your votes with our policies. We'll do what works.
About me
I grew up on a Waikato dairy farm. I attended school and university in Hamilton. I wrote a PhD on concepts of home for returned long-term travellers. I attended Playcentre in Hamilton East. TOP brings a new approach to politics. We are not career politicians (there should be no such thing). We are standing to make fundamental changes based on evidence and research. I am passionate about getting the shenanigans out of politics. Less lobbying, more integrity. Less politics, more policy.
Party list rank
8
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Playcentre member and mother
Place of residence
Koromatua
Age
44
2017 Result
Did not stand
9
Adriana Christie
Adriana Christie
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Epsom electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
The universal base income. Small business growth policy. Housing crisis policy.
Why I’m running
I am running for this election as I believe our generation needs a stronger progressive voice in parliament. We have enough data, advanced science and technology to implement smart and effective policies. We need an economy apt for all of us and a government that supports innovative local businesses. Equally as important is a modern education system, where we're taught how to be more environmentally friendly in every step of our lives. The Opportunities Party provides such policies.
About me
This is my second term elected onto the Waitemata Local Board. Last term I lead economic development and this term I have been privileged enough to lead the parks portfolio. I have lived in Parnell most of my years here in Tamaki Makaurau. I Studied business, I taught design thinking at AUT and have been working in with small start-ups for the past seven years. I am passionate about revolutionising the waste system and I've been co-running The Pallet Kingdom.
Party list rank
9
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Waitematā Local Board member
Place of residence
Parnell
Age
30
2017 Result
Did not stand
10
Brendon Monk
Brendon Monk
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Te Atatū electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Affordable housing: we must correct the underlying issues driving up land prices. Better urban design: we must ensure new developments add to the character of Te Atatu, not ruin it. UBI: all of us will benefit from a universal basic income. Replace the stigma of WINZ with a modern safety net.
Why I’m running
NZ has the most unaffordable housing in the world. This is the leading cause of poverty in NZ. It is due to successive government policy failure over 30-40 years. We must start correcting this for future generations. My main area of interest has been developing a housing and urban development policy for TOP. Fixing our tax system and re-engineering our cities is critical to our ability to cope with the climate and social challenges facing us. It can be done, and that's why I am here.
About me
Whilst I have tried my hand at a range of skills, from sticking Easter egg halves together in a chocolate factory, refugee support work, or counselling people in a psychiatry clinic in Japan, my real profession is being a registered architect, designing buildings and houses throughout NZ. I know what is required to get our housing and urban development back on track. Housing should be a social good, not a get rich quick scheme. We need more experts in government and less career politicians.
Party list rank
10
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Registered architect
Place of residence
Mt Albert
Age
49
2017 Result
Did not stand
11
Abe Gray
Abe Gray
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Party list rank
11
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Cameron Lord
Cameron Lord
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Mt Albert electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Affordable housing and rent: we can't fix anything if we can't fix the housing crisis, it underlies every other problem. Universal basic income: make the tax and welfare system modern, efficient and fair. The greenest economy in the world: massive post-Covid-19 investment must be rigorously assessed and long-term focused.
Why I’m running
Why do political parties over promise and under deliver? The housing crisis, poverty, low productivity and wages, the cost of living and our environment all continue to deteriorate. The reason is no party has the courage to make substantive change. They prioritize popularity over substance, office over outcomes. TOP is unique in its courageous and unflinching commitment to best practice, evidence based policy that will significantly improve everyone's standard of living. That is why I am with TOP.
About me
I have lived in Westmere (and now with my young family) all of my adult life. I'm a community volunteer having coached a kids football team at WSAFC for six years, established Predator Free Westmere and managed the famous Bayleys Westmere School Triathlon. I am an independent contractor in the construction industry. I'm a student of te reo Māori and a keen cyclist. I believe in fairness and equality of opportunity and that neither will ever be realized until we make housing affordable again.
Party list rank
12
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Quantity surveying contractor
Place of residence
Westmere
Age
51
2017 Result
Did not stand
13
Rob Hunter
Rob Hunter
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Coromandel electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Develop a transport strategy for the electorate. This needs to include road, rail and public transport. Understand the risks and impacts of climate change and develop long term cross party mitigation strategies. Implement the universal basic income policy which is being developed and driven by TOP.
Why I’m running
I feel that the major parties in NZ are not providing the leadership NZ needs to succeed in the future. TOP provides a policy suite which aims to deliver a balance in the areas of environmental performance and change, economic direction and social support. I believe it is critical to have our impact on the environment and climate change managed to enable our long term societal goals to be realised. I am running for TOP because I want to be a part of the change rather than just complaining.
About me
I have a wealth of experience across many sectors of the New Zealand economy and am able to use this experience to guide the required change. This experience includes primary sector environmental and general management, Department of Corrections, Auckland Council, consulting and running a small business. I am an engineer by training and use problem solving skills to bring about change that is required.
Party list rank
13
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Small business owner
Place of residence
Omokoroa, Bay of Plenty
Age
60
2017 Result
Did not stand

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Ben Wylie-van Eerd
Ben Wylie-van Eerd
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Hutt South electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Give GST component of all new builds directly to local government, to fund the infrastructure we need in Hutt South. Reform tax and welfare to introduce a universal basic income to save $8b and support families and community groups. Support other parties to ensure a smooth and speedy development of the Melling interchange.
Why I’m running
I am running for election because I have been severely disappointed in the ability of our established political parties to do anything about constantly rising rent and housing costs, about lowering our carbon emissions, and about our stubbornly low productivity. This has been going on for over thirty years now, and Labour and National have ignored expert advice on how to solve it time and time again. TOP has collected that expert advice into our policy, and that's what we're running on.
About me
I'm a scientist with experience doing research and development for high tech products and companies, in New Zealand and Europe. So I understand how to use evidence and research to make the best decisions possible with available information, and I understand when it's time to seek new information. I'm also passionate about communicating research as clearly as possible, so that the public can be active participants in decision making, not just passive receivers of decisions made on their behalf.
Party list rank
14
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Research scientist
Place of residence
Korokoro
Age
33
2017 Result
Did not stand
15
Chris Jenkins
Chris Jenkins
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Bay of Plenty electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Introduce a Kiwi Dividend to stimulate our economy, make work worthwhile for strugglers, and boost small business. Prioritise housing affordability while focusing on economic growth; to help our incomes catch up to living costs. Remove tax loopholes and complexity to allow our workers and small business to compete with those already successful.
Why I’m running
As our cost of living increases, and incomes lag behind, I'm concerned that our children are inheriting a country where success is not available to everyone. I have three beautiful daughters, and want to see them succeed on their own merit – not just because I've been able to give them a hand up. Our housing, mental health, and child poverty crises are symptoms – and TOP's policy is the best I've found to take on the root causes.
About me
I grew up in Matapihi, in the heart of the electorate; and have worked my way up in successful local businesses. I frequently have opportunities to lead in data and analytics forums; and through this have developed a strong appreciation for the hard work New Zealanders put in to getting ahead. As a young dad, I also relate to the struggles of our families, and am passionate about the next generation's opportunity to stay ahead of the rest of the world.
Party list rank
15
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Data and information manager
Place of residence
Gate Pa, Tauranga
Age
31
2017 Result
Did not stand
16
Andrew Caie
Andrew Caie
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Tauranga electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Reduce poverty in our region through a Universal Basic Income to alleviate its systemic effects on our communities. Reduce the excessive rate of house price growth that has made Tauranga the 5th most unaffordable city in the world. Reduce pollution and improve our air quality by relocating the heavy industry that is situated around residential areas.
Why I’m running
I am running as a candidate because I straight-up believe we can, and should, do much better for our people. I have lived my entire 31 years under either a Labour coalition or a National coalition who have consistently and endlessly made the decisions that have resulted in the systemic problems our country faces. We have exceptionally high levels of poverty, some of the most unaffordable houses in the world, and underinvestment in key services like health and education. It is time for change!
About me
My background is in physiotherapy which I got into because of a passion for human health and well-being. Central to modern physiotherapy is a demand to apply "evidence based practice". That is using latest evidence and research to provide the best outcomes. So that is my primary commitment – to use latest knowledge in order to maximise the success and well-being of all our people because ultimately a smarter, cleaner, more prosperous society is better for all of its inhabitants.
Party list rank
16
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Physiotherapist
Place of residence
Gate Pa, Tauranga
Age
31
2017 Result
Did not stand
17
Joel Rowlands
Joel Rowlands
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Southland electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Affordable housing: rent is too high and wages are too low, TOP has a plan to fix this. Medicinal cannabis: I'm passionate about the extreme benefits of cannabis and hemp products. Helping people with mental health issues: I lost my mother to suicide. The system let her down.
Why I’m running
I am passionate about the local community, mental health, the environment and animal welfare and I believe the future is TOP. I really enjoy helping people any way I can, especially those with mental health issues. After losing my mother a few years ago to depression/suicide, the system let her down, this is something very close to my heart and I can see this becoming a more widespread issue if the inequality between the haves and have-nots continues to grow.
About me
I have been looking into the skills it takes to get elected (being a great public speaker, looking like a politician, and having money are very different from the skills it takes to be an effective representative for the people). Having integrity, having work ethic, having lived in the real world and understanding real problems people face, being a great listener. I know I don't look like these other guys. But just think for a moment who Southland has elected to represent them in the past.
Party list rank
17
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Musician/screenprinter
Place of residence
Frankton
Age
35
2017 Result
Did not stand
18
Ciara Swords
Ciara Swords
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Whangārei electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Add a risk free return method (RFRM) tax on assets which will reduce demand on property, therefore stabilising prices. Universal basic income with tax reform to replace the current welfare system, which will eliminate the welfare trap. Implementing emissions trading scheme effectively by dumping junk credits and keep trade only within New Zealand.
Why I’m running
Through my study in public economics, I became aware that there was an ingrained issue with New Zealand's tax system. The property tax loophole which incentivises investors to put their money in property and not in businesses that could provide jobs and boost the economy in a real way, this was (and still is) the root issue of exponentially growing house prices. This drives up rent prices which has a direct hand in producing poverty. I want to help the youth of NZ become aware of this.
About me
Youth are not represented well in politics. I will be one of the voices for youth in this country because the status quo is robbing us of our futures. We have a system that is incredibly extractive and not investing enough into regenerating the environment, improving health holistically and the importance of arts and culture. I have a deep interest in public economics and believe New Zealand can lead the world implementing a new economy that places importance on equity whilst being prosperous.
Party list rank
18
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Personal assistant
Place of residence
One Tree Point
Age
25
2017 Result
Did not stand
19
Dan Thurston Crow
Dan Thurston Crow
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for New Plymouth electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Radically overhaul the tax system to reward productive endeavour: reduce the burden of income tax; equitably tax wealth. Fix the expensive, bureaucratic welfare system: introduce UBI; end punitive clawbacks that trap beneficiaries in poverty. Grow a sustainable economy by aggressively incentivizing innovation and penalizing unsustainable business activities.
Why I’m running
I've spent much of the past seven years abroad, pursuing business and environmental interests. Each time I return I'm reminded of Aotearoa NZ's unique treasures – but also how our most valuable resources, our people and environment, are failing to flourish. A strong economy relies on the wellbeing of our environment, which in turn relies on the wellbeing of our people. I want to improve our catastrophic housing situation, dismantle the poverty trap, and restore equality through tax reform and UBI.
About me
I was a small business owner in NZ for 14 years before moving to China where I co-founded a fast-growing tech start-up that attracted Silicon Valley venture capital. In New Plymouth I've worked as a business coach/consultant while exploring start-up opportunities here – interrupted by a year on a conservation ship in the Americas where I saw first-hand the impacts of environmental degradation. I'm putting business aside and promoting policy that supports innovation in harmony with the environment.
Party list rank
19
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Volunteer conservationist
Place of residence
New Plymouth
Age
52
2017 Result
4th in Mt Albert
20
Hayden Cargo
Hayden Cargo
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Hamilton West electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
Introduce measures to stabilise the housing market so that future generations are not priced out of owning or renting. Overhaul our tax and welfare system through a universal basic income paid for by bureaucratic savings. Be a voice for small-businesses that have been ignored by both parties, giving them the tools to succeed.
Why I’m running
I believe we do a lot of things well in this country but have started to fall behind due to the short-sightedness and unwillingness of our politicians to make the fundamental changes to fix our inequalities. I believe that The Opportunities Party has the policy to fix the root of these problems and not just the symptoms through: affordable housing and rent; tax and welfare reform with a universal basic income; support for our small businesses; researched Infrastructure spend with environmental focus.
About me
I am a sports-mad Chartered Accountant who has lived most of my life in Glenview and did my schooling at St Johns College followed by Wintec/Waikato Uni. I spent 10 years at KPMG Hamilton before following the summers to play cricket in England. I am at the coal-face of where small-business and tax policy is put into action and can attest to the benefits of simplifying our tax and welfare system. I also personally struggled to get onto the property ladder so know the urgency that we need this fixed.
Party list rank
20
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Chartered accountant
Place of residence
Otahuhu
Age
33
2017 Result
Did not stand
21
Helen Jeremiah
Helen Jeremiah
Not currently in parliamentCandidate for Northland electorate
The Opportunities Party
My local priorities
UBI, unconditional basic income to get rid of the welfare trap and help Northland reduce our dependence on tourism. Make Northland more climate resilient – drought resilience and fire resilience. Rebuild complete communities – UBI will give our young people hope and allow them to come home.
Why I’m running
I am very concerned that we are not reducing our carbon emissions fast enough. The reason for this is that we rely on jobs for income and the government relies on jobs for its tax base. I believe that the unconditional basic income is essential to allow us to stop doing work that causes high carbon emissions and instead find other more sustainable work. Less tax on wages and salaries and more on property will make the government less reliant on jobs.
About me
I came to New Zealand with my husband and two little children in 1975 when my husband took up an appointment at the Ruakura Research Station in Hamilton. He died in a motor accident in 1978. I brought up my children on my own, I have a degree in psychology and an undergraduate Diploma in Economics. I also did the theory papers for a Masters in Social Policy. I have been active in various volunteer work but usually for political or social issues.
Party list rank
21
First entered Parliament
Not previously in parliament
Before politics
Retired
Place of residence
Kaiwaka
Age
75
2017 Result
Did not stand

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