Your Local Left Team in Moncrieff

Megan Kennedy-Clark

Phone 0408 302 182
Email meganclark@live.com.au

I’m an active branch member and unionist. I’ve been a previous delegate and really appreciated the opportunity to represent you at state conference ensuring that our values are upheld and that we push progressive reform through to our party platform.

I’ve been involved in the marriage equality, abortion reform & VAD campaigns, as well as volunteering as Campaign Manager for Meaghan Scanlon’s state election campaign and assisting on Fed campaigns too. I’m the President of our local RMA & want to continue to be a strong voice for the GC – I hope I have your vote.


Margaret Scanlon

Phone 0438 561 847
Email margaretscan@hotmail.com

I have lived on the Gold Coast for 39 years, working for DSS/Centrelink and raising 2 children one of whom has a disability. A lifelong Labor voter, I first became involved in campaigns as a volunteer for Burleigh campaigns during the years 2001 to 2006. From the 2016 Federal campaign to the present I have been very heavily involved in all State and Federal elections, including managing Tracey Bell’s 2019 federal campaign for Moncrieff.

As a local ALP member, I have held the position of Secretary of Gaven Branch (formerly Pacific Pines) from 2018.

I am passionate about the natural environment and how we can successfully embrace the challenges posed by climate change to our economy, particularly how we ensure meaningful work for those most affected.

I grew up in a Housing Commission home in the Coal Mining/ power generating Latrobe Valley. I know how critical it is for a child’s future to have a secure home. I’ve seen first hand the need to carefully plan transition for industry and workers when a major industry faces massive change.

I received a free tertiary education in the late 80s and I know how life changing education is.


Simone Corboy

Phone 0402 550 315
Email simone_corboy@hotmail.com

I joined the Labor party after the heart-breaking loss in 2019 and realised you need to be in it to elect progressive governments and make meaninful chnage. I am now a keen and active branch member, currently the Vice President of the Gaven Branch.

I was actively involved in the 2020 state election, campaigning for Meaghan Scanlon and campaign manager in Moncrieff in 2022.

I am passionate about the environment and involved in a local bush regeneration volunteer group. I think it is vitally important that we meet our 2050 net zero emissions targets.

Our party processes are important to ensure all voices are heard and want to contribute to the integrity of party by making sure everyone is represented at State Conference.


Margaret Cox

Phone 0438 484 546
Email maggiecox53@hotmail.com

I was proud to be apart of the 2020 Gaven campaign which saw Meaghan Scanlon re-elected. Since then I have taken on the position of President of Gaven branch, continuing the work of growing the party in our area and fundraising.

I have a long history of working in healthcare spaces, particularly in mental health. This experience has shown me how important Labor governments are for communities and making sure our most vulnerable aren’t left behind.


Joshua Lyons

Phone 0466 324 521
Email joshua.lyons91@gmail.com

I was raised in a big family with hard working parents that taught me the strength of solidarity and working for the common good. My Dad being a teacher and Mum a support worker in the disability support unit at our public school demonstrated the best values of inclusion and a fair go.

It was clear these values were Labor values.

I joined the Labor party while completing a Masters’ degree in Architecture at Griffith and working at Woolies and as a university tutor.

I’m a current Co-convenor of LEAN Queensland and founding Convenor of LEAN Gold Coast. I’m proud of the work I’ve done with LEAN to help put Qld on the path to a clean energy future with secure, well-paid, high-skill jobs and to safeguard our unique and wonderful natural environment for generations to come.

I live and work on Kombumerri Country.

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