Angela Burrill

Angela Burrill has lived in the Waverley area since she migrated from New Zealand in 1999, and operates her own business consultancy based in North Bondi that specialises in providing general management assistance to small to medium-sized, family-owned businesses. She has a MBA from AGSM/UNSW and a        Bachelor of Fine Art.

Angela has a long history of involvement in volunteering in the community as the former President of the Sydney Chapter of KEA, the Kiwi Expat Association; a committee member of the Australian School of Business Alumni; and the Voluntary Alumni Coordinator-Sydney for the University of Auckland.        Angela is a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and the Australiana Fund, and a member of the Bondi Junction branch of the Liberal Party.

Angela is the Chair of the Public Art Committee, Community Safety Advisory Committee and the Access Committee. Her goal is to make Waverley        more beautiful and has been successful in improving waste education, advocating for improvements in the public domain and getting more public art in Waverley. She has also worked on the Parking Review panel and successfully advocated for a reduction in the meter price at Bronte Beach and free parking        after 7pm in selected streets in Bondi Junction.

She has a fit and healthy lifestyle, is a keen snow skier and photographer.