Born in Harvey, Lisa has lived in Falcon with her husband, Steve, her sons and mother-in-law for the past 10 years.
For the past 19 years, Lisa has served the WA community as an ambulance paramedic. She was one of two paramedics working at the Dawesville sub-centre when it opened in 2011, and is currently based at the Mandurah depot, which services Dawesville. As a paramedic Lisa became concerned with the emerging prevalence of mental health issues in the community, and decided to go back to university to study psychology, and, until recently, has worked as a registered psychologist at a clinic in Halls Head.
Lisa is passionate about ensuring the people of Dawesville have access to high quality health and education services, and wants to ensure jobs are created for locals as WA recovers from COVID-19. That is why she wants to be a part of the McGowan Government team’s frontline, to help ensure the Dawesville electorate recovers, stronger than ever.