Angus Braiden is a lifelong resident of the Wollondilly, residing in Bowral his entire life. He is committed to social justice and equitable outcomes for all.
Growing up in a working-class family, Angus has first-hand experience in dealing with the struggles of the cost of living crisis and being on low-income programs. He understands the issues that working families face on the daily, and will fight to ensure that every person is represented.
In working in hospitality and retail throughout the community, he has felt the pressures and effects of the staffing crisis on local businesses and the broader community. Through his work, he has a deep understanding of issues of employment throughout regional NSW and Wollondilly, along with the issue of youth unemployment.
Angus has seen his community face severe degradation. From the crumbling roads and infrastructure, to under-funded public services, and the unsustainable development faced by the people of Wollondilly. Angus will be the voice to change this.