SA Nationals President Grantley Siviour today announced the candidacy of Rachel Titley for the electorate of Hammond in the forthcoming State Election.
As a fourth generation Murraylands farmer, originally from Sherlock, Rachel said she was convinced that she had the capacity to stand up for her region and for the many disadvantaged and marginalised constituents in the Hammond community.
After some time interstate, Rachel Titley is back living and working in Murray Bridge, South Australia. After extensive work with ‘at risk’ families in the region, Rachel has established her own Not for profit foundation ‘onegirl.onewoman’ on Swanport Road. “The ‘onegirl.onewoman’ vision is to encourage and empower disadvantaged women and girls by identifying pathways to assistance, education and employment,” Rachel enthuses. Rachel has 14 years professional experience – SA Police (SAPol), ac.care, Families SA, and the Dept of Education and Children’s Services (DECD), and an outstanding track record in the accomplishment of ‘best outcomes’ for ‘at risk’ families and children.
Rachel has a track record of outstanding performance and an ability to build and develop relationships with a wide range of people and organisations.
Rachel as the SA Nationals endorsed candidate will support a Marshall lead Liberal government with a focus on Agriculture, Business, Infrastructure, Easing Living Costs and Investing in the Next Generation.