When July 01, 2020 at 6:30pm 2 hrs
Where online webinar
Contact Cristina Talacko [email protected]

Join us for the official launch of C4C in Victoria with special guests:

Tim Wilson - Federal Liberal Member for Goldstein


Bridget Vallence MP - VIC Shadow Minister for Environment and Climate Change, Member for Evelyn

C4C is launching a new chapter in Victoria to help set a positive agenda for the environment across the Liberal and Conservative movement, with a view to find unity and common purpose in the development of a platform for the future.

We have recently appointed Sali Miftari, Dianne Rule and Toby Wooldridge as Victorian- based Directors of the organisation to lead engagement and support our work in this space and will be introducing them at our webinar. 

Join us and take part at the discussions on The Energy and Environment Agenda in VIC.
Date: Wednesday, 1st July 2020
Time: 6:30pm
Registrations: Please click here: C4CVICTORIAWEBINAR
Cost: Free of Charge

Our Speakers:

Tim Wilson MP: 
Tim is the Federal Liberal Member for Goldstein and Chair of the Standing Committee on Economics.
Prior to entering parliament, he served as Australia’s Human Rights Commissioner, worked as a policy director with the Institute of Public Affairs, and sat on the boards of Alfred Health and Monash University.
He lives in Sandringham with his husband Ryan and their pug Louis, and supports the mighty Melbourne Demons.

Bridget Vallence MP
Bridget is the Member Evelyn District, and upon being sworn in to Parliament was appointed Shadow Cabinet Secretary and Shadow Assistant Minister for Industry.

She was promoted to the role of Shadow Minister for Environment & Climate Change and Shadow Minister for Youth on the Victorian Liberal Nationals front bench, portfolios that Bridget believes are critical to our community and future prosperity.
She serves on the Parliament’s Public Accounts and Estimates Committee (PAEC), is a Board Member of VicHealth, is an associate member of the Lilydale RSL, a patron at Seville Community House, and a Director of Mont De Lancey Historical Museum in Wandin.
Bridget lives in the Yarra Valley with her husband and two sons. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from the University of Melbourne.


Will you come?