I’m Zali Steggall and I’m enthusiastic to work as your ‘champion for change’ in Warringah.
Courage, commitment and determination
I’m proud to say that I’m going to be bringing the same commitment and determination to representing Warringah in parliament. I intend to conduct myself with honour and integrity and I am determined to be a voice for change and for a long-term plan to protect our unique and wonderful environment.
My pledge to you
There are many characteristics that make a champion. The ones I consider the most important are courage and determination. They are the same characteristics Warringah and Australia deserve in their political representatives.Courage to have vision and to dare to set big goals, to stand up and demand better representation, leadership and action on climate change, the most pressing issue of our time.Courage to ensure our children and their children do not look back on us as the generation that had all the facts and data but did nothing.Determination to make change happen, to find solutions, work and consult with experts, adjust policies and plans as needed.And, most importantly, determination to overcome obstacles and the deniers that are actively preventing affirmative action and holding Australia back.This is what I want for Warringah and Australia. And it’s what Warringah deserves.
There are many exciting ways to support Zali as the Federal Member for Warringah.
- Letter Box dropping
- Joining in a fun run team or a cycling team
- Supporting local charities
- Helping in the office
Sign up now to be part of Team Zali, supporting an Independent Warringah.
Zali Steggall OAM (born 16 April 1974) is an Australian politician, lawyer and former Olympic athlete. She is Australia‘s most internationally successful alpine skier, winning a bronze medal in slalom at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, and a World Championship gold medal in 1999. In the Winter Olympics she is Australia’s first individual medalist, first female medalist, and only medalist in alpine skiing. Steggall’s Olympic career extended from Albertville in 1992 to Salt Lake City in 2002.