Laura’s whole working life has been about helping people, especially when they’re at their most vulnerable.
Laura has worked as a solicitor and a Commonwealth Prosecutor, including work on child exploitation and people smuggling. Most recently, she has served as a Disciplinary Prosecutor in the Office of the Health Ombudsman, where she protects public health and safety through disciplinary action against health practitioners and service providers.
Born at the old Allamanda Hospital, Laura grew up at Terranora. Like many kids, she spent her summers learning to swim at Rainbow Bay.
Laura and her family moved back to Currumbin to raise their young family. Laura wanted to give her kids the childhood and community she enjoyed so much.
Queensland is a state of opportunity. Laura, with Deb Frecklington, thinks it’s time Queensland had more ambition and boldness. It’s not good enough for Queensland to have the highest unemployment in the country. It’s not good enough that it can take hours to get from one end of the Coast to the other. It’s not good enough that waiting lists are blowing out.
Laura wants to give back to her community, using her experiences to be a strong voice for locals.
That’s why Laura is proud to be a part of Deb Frecklington’s LNP team that will get Queensland working again. Laura backs Deb’s plan to:
- Build dams and secure Queensland’s water supply
- Get back to basics in schools
- Create job opportunities right across Queensland
- Build new and better roads
- Get waiting lists under control and our hospitals working
This by-election you face an important decision in shaping our community’s future. You can count on Laura Gerber to stand up and deliver for our community, and be your voice as part of the LNP team to get Queensland working again.
Authorised by Lincoln Folo, Liberal National Party of Queensland, 66-68 Bowen St, Spring Hill QLD 4000.