Angie Warren-Clark has lived in Pāpāmoa for the past 15 years. She entered Parliament as a Labour list MP in 2017.
Before becoming an MP, Angie was working to reduce family violence, first as a Domestic Violence Advisor and then Manager of Tauranga Women’s Refuge. She brings a strong background of advocacy, community networks, and community service to her role in Parliament.
Angie is proud of what has been achieved for the Bay of Plenty under a Labour-led Government. These achievements include $900 million for roads in the region, saving the Bayfair underpass, opening a new acute mental health facility, funding more police – Pāpāmoa Police Station is now staffed 24/7 – new schools, and a new Court House.
Angie has also worked hard on initiatives to reduce food waste, improve the environment and get food to the hungry. Her work is reflected in a $32 million Government fund, supporting nationwide food distribution initiatives.
The values Angie grew up with were hard work, community service, and political activism. These values shape her work in Parliament. She believes that everyone deserves the right to fair work for fair pay, that we should look after our vulnerable, and that we should seek equity for all.
Angie is mother to two daughters, both in their 20s and living overseas. She is married to Blair, and they live in Pāpāmoa where they have operated a building business for many years.