Christine has very strong links with the Lyttelton community, having grown up, attended school, and worked here.
She has worked in the not-for-profit sector as well as within governmental agencies. She has a passion for our community and families/whanau within it.
Christine is also a Justice of the Peace and a member of the Lyttelton/Mt Herbert Community Board.
Kathy is a local personality with extensive knowledge and commitment to Lyttelton and its people.
Like Christine, Kathy was born here, attended school and worked locally. She has furthered her education through university and her empathetic nature and personality make her a popular choice to support the venerable.
Her dear love of Lyttelton is obvious to all those that she comes in contact with.
New to our community Maureen is a social worker and former occupational therapist.
She has a broad background in the health and disability sectors. Maureen has a strong interest in community and encourages people’s strengths and capacity.
Hannah has lived in Lyttelton for ten years, she is an advocate for human rights, community development and social justice, which led to undertake a social work degree completing in 2013. She believes that all people need to belong and feel connected, and has a passion to advocate for those in the community who are vulnerable working from an holistic and strengths based approach.