spare candidates

Leading the ticket is Kathy Rice, a Kiama Councillor for 9 years.  She is a Science graduate with post-graduate qualifications in Health Promotion and has recently graduated from The Australian Institute of Company Directors. Kathy has been an advocate for the Healthy Cities Illawarra program. She is looking forward to working alongside like-minded Councillors (and more women!) to improve Council’s transparency and responsiveness to the community. READ MORE …
Jodi Keast, is a Kiama resident for over 21 years. She is a certified practising accountant, with a Master of Business Administration. She has worked as a Manager at the Kiama Community College since 2013 and is Deputy Chair of the Board of Directors of Grand Pacific Health Ltd (lead agency for headspace Wollongong and Nowra) since 2014. Jodi is a member of Kiama Tennis Club, Past Secretary of Kiama Downs Netball Club and previously played hockey for Kiama. READ MORE …
Tanya George is a Bachelor of Nutrition graduate with qualifications in Conservation and Land Management, Animal Husbandry and Business Administration. Tanya works as a Secondary Science Teacher, is active in local Landcare and has history of advocating for the local Minnamurra River environment. “The qualities I can bring as a Councillor are a strong sense of social and environmental justice and the need to protect our most vulnerable in the community.” READ MORE …
Crystal Wilson, a medical student who offers an important voice for youth. She has a strong commitment to the environment and a focus on mental, rural, and Indigenous health. Crystal is a keen hockey player with Kiama and enjoys a cheeky game of trivia at the Kiama Leagues Club. “My passions and interests focus on mental, rural and Indigenous health, and conservation of the local environment.” READ MORE …
Warren Holder is a retired Industrial Arts teacher and President of the Gerroa Environment Protection Society. He is an avid wind surfer, who has won State and National championships. Warren received a Conservation Champion Award at the Kiama Electorate Community Recognition Awards Ceremony in 2019. READ MORE …
Ken Sandy (from Gerringong), is a retired hospital scientist and company director. Ken is a keen golfer, who is committed to openness and transparency in Council and protection of biodiversity. “I would strive to ensure that all Council activities, decisions and responses, are relevant and appropriate to maintaining our unique part of the world, in the broader context of ecological sustainability and climate change.” READ MORE …