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Tracey McLellan

MP for Banks Peninsula

“We're so lucky to have a proven leader. Jacinda is leading a stable government with a strong economy, and together it's exciting that we can keep making progress on the things that matter to you.”

Tracey McLellan

Contact

Banks Peninsula Electorate Office

03 376 4512
[email protected]

642 Ferry Rd, Woolston, Christchurch, 8241
PO Box 19661, Woolston, Christchurch 8241

Parliamentary office

Freepost Parliament, Private Bag 18 888
Parliament Buildings, Wellington 6160

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Tracey McLellan

Meet Tracey

Tracey McLellan grew up in Southland and made Christchurch home in 2002. She is the proud parent of two sons, Jake and Taylor, and she is delighted to be the MP for Banks Peninsula.

Tracey attended the University of Canterbury where she graduated with a PhD in Psychology and worked for a number of years in clinical research. Her focus was to better understand different dementia disorders and what happens after childhood brain injury. Tracey also worked as an organiser for the New Zealand Nurses Organisation, supporting our nurses working in primary health and across the health sector.

An avid cricket fan, with no cricket talent, Tracey has also been lucky to combine her love of sport and science by working to improve the way concussion is managed in sport.

Prior to her election as an MP, Tracey was the Senior Vice President of the Labour Party and has been active in the party since 2011. She is passionate about people and enjoys being part of a strong Labour government which is building on the progress that’s already been made – she is determined that people remain at the heart of everything we do.

An effective, compassionate, and fierce advocate, Tracey will work hard in Banks Peninsula to earn the trust of those who have been so well represented by Ruth Dyson for 27 years.

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