Christine Couzens has a lifetime of active commitment to social justice issues in Geelong. She has worked with homeless young people, assisted in the public housing sector and represented people on consumer law issues.
She has a proud record of fighting for workers’ rights through the union movement. She served multiple terms as President of Geelong Trades Hall and established a working womens network which has been running for over ten years.
Prior to being elected to Parliament herself, Christine worked for former member for Geelong Ian Trezise since he won the seat in 1999. These experiences gave her an unrivaled knowledge of the needs of the community where she was born and bred.
Christine currently serves as the Victorian Ambassador for Closing The Gap where she advocates for equality for indigenous Victorians through delivering better health, education and employment outcomes.
Christine also services on the Parliament of Victoria’s legal and social issues committee.
You can keep up to date with how she’s advocating for Geelong by liking her page on Facebook or following her on Twitter.
Please click here for Christine’s official parliamentary biography.