After eight years in opposition, Lisa has fought hard to have been elected as part of the progressive Labor McGowan Government in 2017.
As the representative for Maylands in the WA Parliament for last nine years, Lisa is an advocate for improved public transport services for local village hubs and for increased supports for local businesses and jobs in her electorate.
She is also a leading voice in Parliament and a champion for marriage equality and LGBTI rights, empowering women in the workplace and for improving animal welfare. Her work has been instrumental in shaping WA Labor’s policies.
Lisa has combined her commitment to social justice with her love of horses by achieving an internationally recognised judging qualification which enables equestrian riders with a disability to compete in the Paralympic Games.
Lisa celebrates the strong community spirit within her electorate, particularly in Maylands, Bayswater, Inglewood, Morley, Bedford and Embleton.