Before entering Parliament, Tim worked as an advisor in State and Federal Governments, at Woolworths stacking the freezer shelves and as a linemarker for local roads.
Having been the beneficiary of a great public education, Tim wanted to champion the need for more investment in our education system. This is what prompted him to run for Parliament.
The priorities Tim has for his community are to be an advocate and ensure the very best education for our kids. He also wants to champion meaningful action on climate change, improved access to mental health and wellbeing support, support for healthcare workers, and infrastructure change to our public transport and roads.
Tim’s vision for Victoria’s future is that we strive for equality, supporting multicultural communities, delivering transformational infrastructure projects, responding to the impacts of climate change, and properly and appropriately recognising our First Nations people through a Victorian Treaty.
The area of public policy that he is most passionate about is education. Tim believes that access to a solid education is a human right and requires strong investment in universal kindergarten, school building upgrades, support for teachers and education staff, and support for inclusive education.
Parliamentary Secretary for Schools since December 2018
Parliamentary Secretary for Mental Health and Social Inclusion since June 2022
Member, Public Accounts and Estimates Committee since August 2022
Leaflet map showing the electorate of Mordialloc.
Other members for this area
Each district is a part of a region, which has five members.
Adem Somyurek | South Eastern Metropolitan | Independent
David Limbrick | South Eastern Metropolitan | Liberal Democratic Party
Lee Tarlamis | South Eastern Metropolitan | Australian Labor Party
Gordon Rich-Phillips | South Eastern Metropolitan | Liberal Party
Tien Kieu | South Eastern Metropolitan | Australian Labor Party