Steph Hodgins-May

For Melbourne Ports

In 2016, we came within 500 votes of turning Melbourne Ports green.

In 2018, we can finish what we started.

Steph Hodgins-May

For Melbourne Ports

About Steph

Progressive and prepared

 

Steph was the 2016 Greens candidate for Melbourne Ports where she achieved a 4.9% swing towards the Greens, and came within 477 votes of winning the seat and becoming the first woman to represent the Greens in the Federal House of Representatives.

A dedicated environmental and social justice advocate, small business owner and St Kilda local, Steph is seeking to represent the Greens in Melbourne Ports to promote clean energy, safer pathways for refugees, greater investment in public services, and to improve the lives of our residents by addressing issues like housing affordability and marriage equality.

A former planning and environmental lawyer, Steph has also worked as an advisor to the Australian Mission to the United Nations and as a volunteer lawyer at Environmental Justice Australia. Within the Greens, she’s worked closely with both Australian Greens Leader Richard Di Natale and Victorian Greens Leader Samantha Ratnam.

Steph recognises that a changing climate affects us all, and she wants to see a sensible transition to a clean energy economy that will ensure sustainable jobs and a safe and healthy living environment.

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