Includes partially or wholly the following localities and postcodes.
Localities: Bar Point, Blackwall, Booker Bay, Calga, Central Mangrove, Cheero Point, Cogra Bay, East Gosford, Ettalong Beach, Glenworth Valley, Gosford, Greengrove, Gunderman, Horsfield Bay, Kariong, Koolewong, Kulnura, Little Wobby, Lower Mangrove, Mangrove Creek, Mangrove Mountain, Marlow, Mooney Mooney, Mooney Mooney Creek, Mount White, Narara, North Gosford, Patonga, Pearl Beach, Peats Ridge, Phegans Bay, Point Clare, Point Frederick, Somersby, Spencer, Springfield, Tascott, Umina Beach, Wendoree Park, West Gosford, Wondabyne, Woy Woy, Woy Woy Bay, Wyong Creek.
Postcodes: 2083, 2250, 2256, 2257, 2259, 2775
Area: 911.974 square kilometres
2013 to present, Member, Umina-Ettalong Branch of the Australian Labor Party.
Co-Founder and Director, Sport Matters 2011 to 2017.
Ambassador, Sport Matters, 2013 to 2017.
Ambassador, Sailability NSW, 2014 to present.
Ambassador, Fairhaven Services, 2015 to present.
Ambassador, The Primary Club of Australia, 2015 to present.
Ambassador, Waterline Challenge, 2016 to present.
President, Parliamentary Lions Club - 2019 - present
Member of the Order of Australia (AM), The Order of Australia, 26 January 2014.
Sir Roden Cutler Award, The Primary Club of Australia, 2014.
Basketball NSW Hall of Fame, Basketball NSW, 2015.
Member, Basketball Hall of Fame, Basketball Australia, 2016.
President's Award, Sailing Australia, 2016.
NSW Hall of Champions, Sport NSW, 2023
Bachelor of Science (BSc), University of Newcastle, 1990.
Diploma in Education, University of Newcastle, 1991.
1992 to 2017 NSW Department of Education.
1990 to 2008 Member, Australian Women's Wheelchair Basketball Team (Sydney 2000 Silver, Athens 2004 Silver, Beijing 2008 Bronze).
Member, Australian Paralympic Sailing Team (London 2012 Gold, Rio 2016 Silver).
Sailing, wheelchair basketball, kayaking, gardening, cycling, travelling, #ProudParalympian.
Inaugural Speech, 11 May 2017:
The Parliament of New South Wales acknowledges and respects the traditional lands of all Aboriginal people, and pays respects to all Elders past and present. We acknowledge the Gadigal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Parliament of New South Wales stands.