Putting community first
Jihad Dib has been the principal of Punchbowl Boys’ High for 13 years and with his wife Erin, they are raising their three children. As principal, Jihad Dib opened Punchbowl Boys’ to the community and developed strong relationships with local organisations and government agencies. By bringing our community, families and their values into the heart of the school, he transformed its culture. Enrolments have doubled and educational outcomes have improved – and the school is opening opportunities for its students to reach their full potential.
A leader who understands us
Jihad Dib understands the importance of harmony in our area, and as a local school principal he has worked tirelessly to promote and improve our community.
He continues this work as a board member of the Australia Day Council of NSW, the NSW Police Commissioner’s Advisory Panel and the SBS Community Advisory Committee.
Delivering for a better future
Jihad Dib understands that we need to invest in education to get the best start in life for our children. That is why he will fight against the Liberals’ cuts to schools and TAFE. The Liberals have slashed services at Bankstown and Canterbury Hospitals, crime is increasing and our local roads need repair. With your support, Jihad Dib will stand up and deliver for our area.
Shadow Minister for Education