Elizabeth Re - Candidate for Stirling

Elizabeth Re is a proud Western Australian who was born in Mount Lawley, lived in Nollamara and later Woodlands. She attended Lady of Lourdes Primary School in Yokine before completing her Bachelor of Science at Curtin University and a Graduate Diploma of Education at Murdoch University. Elizabeth grew up in the world of Local Government, with her father Julius Re being a Councillor at the City of Perth and founding the Soccer Federation of Australia.

Professionally, Elizabeth works as a private consultant in the field of sustainability and environmental health and has worked as a teacher, auditor, health and building inspector and in project management. Her ability to lead was seen when she lectured on Sustainability, Climate Change and Waste Management at the tertiary level and has presented papers at both international and state conferences on topics such as Sustainability and Public Health issues.

Since 2005, Elizabeth has been elected as a Councillor for The City of Stirling, making her the seventh female Councillor elected onto the City of Stirling in its history. Her commitment, at the grassroots level, has seen her successfully elected over the last 14 years, which she takes pride in.

Elizabeth has been a nominee for Australian of the Year, Western Australian Citizen of the Year, and the Australian Telstra Business Woman of the Year. From an early age, she was taught the value of citizenship and making a difference to improve our community. In 2010, she was elected as one of the Australian ambassadors for Women in Local Government. She is dedicated to using her passionate voice and spending time volunteering.

Through her years of education, professional experience and her involvement in the community, Elizabeth has been exposed to a variety of concerns that Stirling residents face on a daily basis. She is very familiar with local issues and is not afraid to voice her concerns on behalf of her community. Elizabeth advocates for GST fairness, reducing the fuel tax to increase disposable income, improved public transport infrastructure, funding for local clubs especially women’s change rooms to encourage an active, safe and clean environment. Known for her vocal approach, she has never shied away from the real issues that affect our people. With her stellar track record for standing up for community issues, she believes Stirling residents need a cultural change to address their current needs and improve their lifestyle choices for their future wellbeing.


Seat of Stirling

Stirling covers 74 sq km area from City of Stirling and a small portion of the City of Bayswater. Suburbs include Balcatta, Balga, Carine, Dianella (part), Gwelup, Hamersley, Joondanna, Karrinyup (part), Mirrabooka, Morley (part), Nollamara, North Beach, Osborne park (part), Scarborough (part), Stirling, Trigg, Tuart Hill, Watermans Bay, Westminster and Yokine.


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