Candidate for Redcliffe
Kerri-Anne Dooley is a local mum, nurse, and community volunteer.
That experience, and her passion for her community, means Kerri-Anne will give the people of Redcliffe a strong voice in government – to get real results on local issues.
A proud “Redcliffe girl”, Kerri-Anne was born in Redcliffe hospital and educated at Redcliffe State High School. Her first job as a registered nurse was at the Redcliffe Hospital.
Since then, Kerri-Anne has specialised in aged care, palliative care, and clinical education.
She has a plan to make Redcliffe an even better place to live, work, raise a family and retire. As a third generation local mother of four children, Kerri-Anne understands the challenges of managing the household budget.
Her priorities include improving access to health services, making our community safer, and protecting the unique lifestyle on the Redcliffe peninsula.
Growing up in Redcliffe, Kerri-Anne remembers lots of election talk about the Moreton Bay Rail Link. Now, under a CanDo Newman Government, work has finally begun and she is determined to see the project delivered on time, as promised.
As a member of the LNP team, Kerri-Anne Dooley will make sure that Redcliffe’s needs are the Newman Government’s priorities.