Kylie is a proud East Hills local, living in the area for 35 years and raising six children with her husband Graeme.
With deep roots in our community, Kylie understands the challenges our area faces.
That’s why she worked to set up and continues on the board of Biyani House Revesby Women’s Shelter to support women and children fleeing domestic violence, and in 2018 she was recognised as Canterbury Bankstown’s Volunteer of the Year.
After 12 years in office, Dominic Perrottet and the Liberals are neglecting the essential services and infrastructure local residents rely on.
As a Director of Revesby Worker’s Club, former Chair of Bankstown Canterbury Community Transport, President of the Bankstown Touch Football Association, and a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Kylie has the experience to bring a fresh approach to deliver better services and improved infrastructure for our community.