About Emma Vulin

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About Emma Vulin

Before entering Parliament, Emma Vulin embarked on a diverse professional journey. She served as an electorate officer for both State and Federal members of Parliament, prior to which, she gained valuable experience in retail and administration roles, along with her time as a veterinary nurse.

Emma's deep commitment to her local community, evidenced by her volunteer work with the Country Fire Authority and contributions in electorate offices, provided her with a profound understanding of the fulfillment derived from helping others. It was this realization that motivated her to pursue a career in Parliament.

As a dedicated Member of Parliament, Emma's primary focus revolves around ensuring her community receives the essential infrastructure it both requires and deserves. The Pakenham electorate is experiencing rapid growth, demanding investments in crucial areas such as education, public transportation, road networks, healthcare, and local employment opportunities. Emma passionately advocates for these necessities.

Furthermore, Emma's personal experience, having endured a significant stroke at the age of 36, has fueled her advocacy for accessible and high-quality healthcare and rehabilitation services within her community.

Emma Vulin, a devoted mother of two young teenagers, is a passionate and engaged community member. Her extensive involvement includes serving as a CFA volunteer firefighter and lieutenant, as well as organizing local initiatives like Clean Up Australia Day. In addition to her public service, she has diverse professional experience, having worked in retail, administration, and as a veterinary nurse, along with her recent roles supporting federal and state Members of Parliament.