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Howden, Jocelyn

Occupation
Teacher, Laboratory assistant and Political staffer

Summary

Jocelyn Howden is a dedicated Greens party member who stood for them in the following elections:
New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Hawkesbury, 1999
New South Wales Legislative Assembly, The Hills 2003
House of Representatives, Greenway, 1998

Details

Jocelyn Howden has lived in the Hills District for 25 years. She is an active campaigner, seeking to protect bushland and to minimise development in north-western Sydney. She is a member of the Wilderness Society and was active in the Jabiluka campaign. In 2005 she was working in the office of Ian Cohen, MLC, in research and administration.

She and her husband have six children and she is a long-standing foster carer.

Sources used to compile this entry: Ephemera on NSW State and local elections, Box 12, Mitchell Library collection, State Library of NSW, Sydney; http://www.iancohen.org.au/contact.aspx (accessed 14 July 2005).

Annette Alafaci

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