RACV members elect the Board that manages their club.
There are over 750,000 Service members; each with the same rights as you and all with the same voting power as you. Yet fewer than 10% of Service members voted in last year’s election.
If you vote, your opinion counts.
I want to represent you on the board.
I care about safety and value for money. I want the RACV to provide great value and be a real voice for you, your family and our communities. Whether you drive cars, ride bikes, use public transport or simply use our streets as pedestrians.
I have been a member since 1981. I have used the Club and resort facilities. I have needed to call Roadside Assistance and bought insurance products. Just like most members.
I also run a law practice. Outside of that, I provide governance advice and support to 60 Rotary clubs and over 2,000 Rotarians, serve on the board of a large independent school and have given talk back legal advice on the ABC in Melbourne for over 25 years.
I have the skills and experience to advocate for you. But to do so, you have to elect me.