• Betty-Jean Price, ADELAIDE

    Educator, social worker and now PhD candidate (having received a scholarship in public health) Betty-Jean (B-J) Price brings a wealth of experience to the Dignity Party team.  She is passionate about advancing the rights of people with complex communication needs,...

  • Lily Durkin, BADCOE

    19 year old Lily is passionate about the law and the way politics affects all of our lives, especially key minority groups.  As a young woman with a disability, Lily wants to work towards the availability of more support, opportunity...

  • Anastasia Svetlichny, BLACK

    Anastasia has a strong sense of justice, and wants to see services in the community improved, especially for people with mental health issues and young people in correctional services. “Each year we spend millions on prison facilities and it does...

  • Taylah Neagle, BRAGG

    Taylah, 20 of Glenunga has a lived experience as sister to a young man with autism. “I’ve seen the struggle to find understanding in the community, and I want to make sure people know that families do a lot to...

  • Richard Challis, CHAFFEY

    With a career spanning air traffic control with the Civil Aviation Authority, and related roles in Australia and internationally, Richard brings broad professional, personal and community experience to his role as a Dignity Party candidate. Richard wants to see improvements...

  • Madeline McCaul, CHELTENHAM

    Madeline McCaul has a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Politics, and a Graduate Diploma in Public Health. Madeline stands with the Dignity Party because she want South Australia to be a place where fairness, equality and freedom of expression is...

  • Ted Evans, COLTON

    Dr. Ted Evans believes that for too long the human rights of people with disabilities have not been upheld. “As a parent carer, I have advocated for my children all their lives,” says Ted. With a research, policy and academic...

  • Lucy McGinley, CROYDON

    The health, environmental and economic impacts of climate change are already being felt in South Australia. As a society we need to prepare rapidly for the changes, and be informed about what we can do in our own lives to...

  • Ben Wilson, DUNSTAN

    Ben has had a close connection to the eastern suburbs for most of his life. He lived as a child and as an adolescent at various homes in the area and completed both his primary and secondary schooling in the...

  • Nick Schumi, ELDER

    ‘I am a candidate for the Dignity Party to raise awareness of what disability means to each and every person.  I believe it is everybody’s issue, whether you have a disability or not’. Nick Schumi believes it’s time disability becomes...

  • Emma Cresdee, ENFIELD

    Emma graduated from Flinders University with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Politics, minoring in Public Policy.  This theoretical background is now being applied through her work as a Trainee Assistant in the Office of Hon Kelly Vincent, Dignity Party...

  • Suzi Waechter, FLOREY

    Suzi wants to raise awareness of the daily reality faced by parents caring for children with disabilities. Active in the community, especially as part of the KYD-X event, Suzi is a dog massage therapist, and believes more needs to be...

  • Cat Connor, FROME

    Cat is big sister to two brothers with profound autism, and has seen the struggle their parents have had to obtain appropriate services.  She wants to be involved to encourage all young people to have their say about how our...

  • Garry Connor, GIBSON

    Garry’s strength comes from his role as parent-carer of two sons with profound autism, he knows the struggles faced in finding adequate support services for children living with disabilities, especially for those in regional SA.  Garry knows families are doing...

  • Cyanne Westerman, GILES

    Using the Changing Places accessible bathroom at the Elizabeth Shopping Centre in Adelaide, proved to be an emotional experience for Cyanne.  Freedom to travel, to stay at events and participate in community life opens up when suitable toilet facilities are...

  • Rick Neagle, HARTLEY

    President of Dignity Party, Rick Neagle’s interest in furthering the rights of people with disabilities comes from his experience as father and carer to his son Mitchell, who has autism.  Rick is dedicated to seeing all people with a disability...

  • Andrew Ey, HEYSEN

    Andrew has had a varied career including hospitality, administration and seven years as a support worker with people with disabilities.  He believes there is a need for more information and awareness in the community about people with disabilities.  More options...

  • Donovan Cresdee, HURTLE VALE

    Donovan believes that Dignity Party and Kelly Vincent have done great work in supporting the Deaf community, that’s what has motivated him to stand with Dignity Party to support Kelly Vincent’s re-election. With increased awareness especially during emergencies, the Deaf...

  • Cristina Rodert, KAVEL

    Cristina Rodert lives in Littlehampton and has studied Forestry, Natural Resources Management, Remote Sensing & Geographic Information System, Financial Services and Accounting.  She currently works as an Employment Consultant as she is motivated to work with people.  She is passionate...

  • Tiffany Littler, LEE

    Tiffany Littler is a young woman with a disability whose life journey has given her the strength and the capacity to be a strong candidate for the Dignity Party. “I want to support my friend, Kelly Vincent to be re-elected.”...

  • Tim Farrow, MORIALTA

    Tim Farrow grew up and spent many happy years in the Morialta district, and wants to see issues of fairness and justice heard in this election. He is proud to be supporting Kelly Vincent’s bid for re-election. Tim believes that...

  • Monica Kwan, MORPHETT

    Monica Kwan is a mother of three and an Endocrinologist (medical specialist). With one of her daughters having multiple disabilities, Monica understands the needs of children and young people with disabilities. She notices the lack of understanding of the needs...

  • Lance Jones, MOUNT GAMBIER

    Lance Jones is a lawyer, academic and successful local business operator, having established the local branch of Comrec Australia in 1998. 25 years ago, Lance launched his disability services business from his home. This business now employs 70 staff assisting...

  • Sandra Williams, NEWLAND

    Sandra, 47 is standing for election with the Dignity Party because she wants to see change, because many people with disabilities have been pushed aside for too long. “The NDIS, the justice system and aged care all need to recognise...

  • Bryan Tingey, PORT ADELAIDE

    Proud Port Adelaide local, Bryan Tingey is a well-known artist and disability activist.  He understands the community issues in the area and believes Dignity Party could bring a lot of positive change for the better to Port Adelaide.  As an...

  • Anna Tree, REYNELL

    With 20 years experience as a community activist, Anna is concerned about accessible and environmentally sustainable urban planning and considers incentives to small business to incorporate accessible universal design are long overdue. She has been a campaigner for improved public...

  • John Duthie, TORRENS

    With a background as a project manager and team leader in corporate and government IT, John brings a wealth of experience to the Dignity Party.  Since sustaining a spinal cord injury when a tree limb fell on him in 2009,...

  • Anne Watkins, UNLEY

    A retired nurse manager, Anne has enjoyed the lifestyle of the Unley area for 30 years. Anne understands the changing needs of the community. She is an active grandmother of two. Anne has enjoyed active paid and volunteer roles, including...

  • Cathi Tucker, WAITE

    Locally, Cathi has been a strong advocate for improved public transport and safer suburban streets as well as a supporter of the rail freight by-pass option. “I’m disappointed that governments of both persuasions at state and federal level continue to...

  • Phillip Beddall, WEST TORRENS

    Phillip Beddall is a long time campaigner and advocate for human rights, he is proud of the progress the Dignity Party has achieved in increasing fairness and equality in the community.  The cost of living, and energy bill related poverty...