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Community Work
1979 – 1999


NSW Rural Fire Service
Goulburn, NSW
Volunteer Firefighter
1984 -1999


NSW State Emergency Service
Goulburn, NSW
Volunteer and Contract Trainer
1987


St John Ambulance Service
Orange, NSW
Volunteer
1998 – 1999


Australian Red Cross Calling
Goulburn, NSW
Area Coordinator
1998 – 1999


Australians For Reconciliation
Goulburn, NSW
Chairperson
2000


Wadja Wadja Aboriginal High School
Woorabinda, QLD
Director of Studies (TAFE Programs)
2001


Aboriginal Tutorial Assistance Scheme (ATAS)
Rockhampton, QLD
After Hours Tutor (High School Students)
2002


Mrangalli Aboriginal Corporation
Inverell, NSW
CEO (including CDEP and Housing Corporation)
2003


Various Universities and Schools; Life Express Magazine
China (Huai’an, Jiangdu, Guangzhou)
Teacher and Human Rights Campaigner
2005 – 2006


Big Issue Magazine
Brisbane, QLD
Assistant State Manager/Welfare Worker
2006 – 2007


Senator Andrew Bartlett
Brisbane, QLD
Electorate Officer and Homelessness Advocate
2007


Craig Hill Consultancy Services
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Homelessness Advocate
2009 – 2012


Various Corporations and Universities; eChinacities Magazine; China Trade Mag
China (Nantong, Shanghai, Chongqing, Luoyang, Tangshan, Chengdu, Hangzhou)
Corporate Trainer; Lecturer; Journalist; Human Rights Campaigner
2012 – present


China News
Brisbane, Australia
Journalist; Human Rights Campaigner
2019


Queensland Corrections
Townsville Correctional Centre
Literacy and Numeracy Teacher (Prisoners)
2022


Kurbingui Youth Development
Brisbane, Australia
Consultant (Writing Practice Manual for Aboriginal Organisation)
2022 – present


Craig Hill Media and Consulting
Brisbane, Australia
Social Justice Campaigner
One-Time
Monthly
Yearly

I am excited to announce that I intend to run as an independent candidate for Bonner at the 2025 federal election.

I know it’s a long way out, but I feel that I should start now, and put the years ahead into working out policies and strategies, and making sure I am ready for it.

Having spent 25 years campaigning for social justice, it is clear that governments formed from either of the major parties simply don’t listen to the community. The only way to get heard, it seems, is to get into parliament.

In particular, I will be learning from people on social media and in the community what the people of Bonner and the Australian public want from a representative in parliament.

My focus will still be on social justice, but there are many other areas where I have had work experience that I believe I can contribute to in parliament.

These include education, health, foreign affairs, the environment, climate change, the economy, taxation reform, social security reform, immigration, political accountabilty and sustainability, among many other things.

I don’t intend to be a candidate who runs on just one or two platforms. The work of a parliamentarian should benefit all people across Australia in all aspects of social and political life.

And of course, as a disabled person, I will still be fighting for a better deal for the aged, disabled and marginalised.

Any assistance you can give, whether financial, assisting with policies or campaigning, will be greatly appreciated.

I am excited to announce that I intend to run as an independent candidate for Bonner at the 2025 federal election.

I know it’s a long way out, but I feel that I should start now, and put the years ahead into working out policies and strategies, and making sure I am ready for it.

Having spent 25 years campaigning for social justice, it is clear that governments formed from either of the major parties simply don’t listen to the community. The only way to get heard, it seems, is to get into parliament.

In particular, I will be learning from people on social media and in the community what the people of Bonner and the Australian public want from a representative in parliament.

My focus will still be on social justice, but there are many other areas where I have had work experience that I believe I can contribute to in parliament.

These include education, health, foreign affairs, the environment, climate change, the economy, taxation reform, social security reform, immigration, political accountabilty and sustainability, among many other things.

I don’t intend to be a candidate who runs on just one or two platforms. The work of a parliamentarian should benefit all people across Australia in all aspects of social and political life.

And of course, as a disabled person, I will still be fighting for a better deal for the aged, disabled and marginalised.

Any assistance you can give, whether financial, assisting with policies or campaigning, will be greatly appreciated.

I am excited to announce that I intend to run as an independent candidate for Bonner at the 2025 federal election.

I know it’s a long way out, but I feel that I should start now, and put the years ahead into working out policies and strategies, and making sure I am ready for it.

Having spent 25 years campaigning for social justice, it is clear that governments formed from either of the major parties simply don’t listen to the community. The only way to get heard, it seems, is to get into parliament.

In particular, I will be learning from people on social media and in the community what the people of Bonner and the Australian public want from a representative in parliament.

My focus will still be on social justice, but there are many other areas where I have had work experience that I believe I can contribute to in parliament.

These include education, health, foreign affairs, the environment, climate change, the economy, taxation reform, social security reform, immigration, political accountabilty and sustainability, among many other things.

I don’t intend to be a candidate who runs on just one or two platforms. The work of a parliamentarian should benefit all people across Australia in all aspects of social and political life.

And of course, as a disabled person, I will still be fighting for a better deal for the aged, disabled and marginalised.

Any assistance you can give, whether financial, assisting with policies or campaigning, will be greatly appreciated.

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