“Be the change you wish to see in the world”
I am a nominee for the Norfolk Island Governance Committee.
I ask fe yorlyes support fe make auwas side wathing we wunt.
(I ask for your support so I can assist with designing Norfolk’s future governance model so Norfolk is the place we all want it to be).
This is an opportunity for all Norfolk Island people to be agents of change and have a say in the future governance for our Island.
It is your democratic right to freely determine your own political status and economic, social, and cultural development.
Together, we must act.
I believe in the courage, resilience and compassion of the Norfolk Island people.
I am a Norfolk Islander of Pitcairn descent; PhD candidate at Griffith University in the field of critical heritage studies and cultural justice and Research Fellow for the Reimagining KAVHA Project. In 2015 I travelled to Canberra with the Norfolk Island delegation to encourage open dialogue with the Australian government; I have represented Norfolk Island internationally at the Commonwealth Youth Parliament in London; have been President of the Community Arts Society of Norfolk Island and recently worked as Co-Chair with Hawai’i on the delivery of the Youth Ambassador Program at the Festival of Pacific Arts and Culture in 2024. I am passionate about Norfolk Island, our community, our culture en auwas kamfram.
I am an advocate for the recognition of the special relationship that the Norfolk Islanders have to our homeland and those who have chosen to make Norfolk Island their home. I encourage all those who love and respect Norfolk Island to consider your responsibility as democratic agents, and to be the change. Se time!
Enrol. Elect. Unite.