Kathryn Breakwell believes that the community deserves a representative who knows, understands and shares in the issues the community faces along with the impacts of decision-making by the Government.
Kathryn has a diverse career background that allows her to understand a wide range of different lifestyles and perspectives. She is currently a tram driver and derives great satisfaction from providing an essential transport service to the community, and being responsible for the safety and wellbeing of her passengers. Previously, she has undertaken leadership and project management roles in the corporate sector and has also worked in manual labour jobs and not-for-profit roles including pro bono work.
Kathryn is a strong advocate for worker’s rights and in 2017 she established a workers’ advocacy group.
Passionate about influencing positive change at Government level for the benefit of the community, Kathryn is committed to restoring a ‘fair go’ for Australian workers and families. Kathryn knows that Labour DLP has policies which are consistent and comprehensive, backed up by a cohesive ideological framework to achieve a ‘fair go’ for workers, families and the community.