Georgia has always had an interest in the potential of people, why we are the way we are and how we can thrive as more connected communities. These interests led to a degree in psychology and a post graduate diploma in Guidance and Counselling.
Having always identified as a bit of a ‘greenie,’ Georgia has involved herself in various community projects and activism around New Zealand being a country that is safe and environmentally healthy. This motivation increased once she became a mother to two daughters who are now 2.5 and 5yrs old.
Georgia believes in taking a precautionary approach to using wireless technology in places such as schools, because of the announcement of 5g tech being rolled out in her former hometown of Queenstown, Georgia headed a public meeting and bought Sue Gray in to present. She approached the local council around the issue and worked to create an action group before relocating to the Coromandel due to having more opportunities in the area.
Georgia grew up in Whangamata and is very passionate to work to keep the area clean, free of poisons and to continue to facilitate public consult on those issues which we as a community have a right to be engaged in. Georgia will be working on issues affecting environment, including 5G and wireless tech, our rights to medical freedom and choice and those issues which also affect families and parenting. .