Council Elections December 4
Labor Candidate for Mayor of Liverpool
Who you elect to represent you matters now, more than ever.
Since being elected to Council, Nathan has worked hard for Liverpool. Throughout the pandemic, he has led the fight on behalf of local residents and businesses.
As we come out of COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns, we need leadership that will rebuild our economy and support our community.
As Mayor, he will lead a Council that delivers:
I am a current Liverpool City Councillor having been elected in 2016. I have spent my entire life in and around the Liverpool area. I spent the first few years of my life growing up in Cartwright and now live in Green Valley with my wife and two children.
Dad was a police officer and mum worked at Franklins. They made huge sacrifices to make sure I had a good home life and got a better education than they were able to.
I was the first in my family to attend and graduate from University. I attended Western Sydney University where I graduated with a Bachelor of International Studies.
Professionally, I’ve had roles in operations, product management and information technology. I’ve worked in the financial services, tertiary education and public sectors, including a stint at my alma mater, Western Sydney University.
In addition to my duties at Liverpool City Council, I’m also the Chair of Western Sydney Migrant Resource Centre and a Director at Settlement Services International.
Through a lot of hard work and some good fortune, I’ve been able to achieve the potential my parents, family, friends, teachers and mentors all saw in me. I’m running for Mayor because I want everyone in Liverpool to have those same opportunities and to achieve their full potential.
I have the skills, experience and temperament to lead our amazing city. With your help the Liverpool Labor team and I can get there on December 4.
Nathan has strong roots in the community as a resident, ratepayer and volunteer, he also has decades of professional experience as a manager and director across the private and public sectors.
His experience will ensure we have a leader who understands the strategic challenges and opportunities ahead. He will also continue to focus on the things that affect our community day to day, like good roads, parks and community facilities.
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