Angie Warren-Clark has many years experience working in government, and has worked as the manager of Tauranga Women’s Refuge. She was admitted to the Bar in 1998 as a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand and also holds a degree in Social Sciences.
Angie believes that the Bay of Plenty has been struggling with increased homelessness, home and rent affordability, an underfunded and overstretched health system, and an education system that is no longer a world leader.
As someone who grew up with the values of hard work, community service, and political activism, Angie believes that everyone deserves the right to fair work for fair pay, that we should look after our vulnerable, and that we should seek equality for all. She brings a strong background of advocacy, community networks, and service to her community to her role in Parliament.
Angie is mother to two daughters, both in their 20s and living overseas. She is married to Blair, and they live in Papamoa where they have operated a building business for many years.