Michelle Hoult

Contact Michelle

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Michelle@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Bass

Michelle is a veteran, a teacher, a small business owner and a mum. Now she’s running to be your local member.

Michelle’s spent her life helping others. She joined the Royal Australian Navy aged 17 and, was soon deployed overseas in the service of Australia, progressing to the rank of Leading Seaman.

For her service in the military, Michelle received the Australian Active Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Australian Service Medal and Returned from Active Service Badge.

Michelle left the Navy in 2010 to concentrate on her studies and raise her young family. Michelle graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2015 with a Bachelor of Education (Primary).

Today. Michelle lives with her husband and their two children on a small property. Michelle is a member of her local Surf Life Saving Club where she volunteers as a patrolling Bronze Medallion member.

Michelle’s a believer in the value of education. She teaches lower primary in North-East Tasmania and she’s seen the way education can unlock potential and opportunity.

Michelle believes Tasmania can address long-term unemployment and under-employment through a shift in attitude towards lifelong education.

Michelle is running for the Jacqui Lambie Network because none of the major parties are doing enough to support students to complete Year 12 at their local high school, funding schools based on need, and closing the gap for disadvantaged Tasmanians.

She’s tired of seeing a drug epidemic sweeping through her region, and wants to contribute to the solution.

Michelle supports more rehabilitation beds, and says that incarceration provides little hope of recovery for Tasmanians who committed a drug-related crime, or a crime while under the influence of drugs.

Michelle’s standing at this election to give voters a real alternative to the major parties. She’s smart, she’s determined and she’s tough. She works harder than anybody you’ve ever met, and she wants to work for you. 

Contact Michelle

PO BOX 264
Burnie Tasmania 7320
Michelle@lambienetwork.com.au

Candidate for Bass

Michelle is a veteran, a teacher, a small business owner and a mum. Now she’s running to be your local member.

Michelle’s spent her life helping others. She joined the Royal Australian Navy aged 17 and, was soon deployed overseas in the service of Australia, progressing to the rank of Leading Seaman.

For her service in the military, Michelle received the Australian Active Service Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Australian Service Medal and Returned from Active Service Badge.

Michelle left the Navy in 2010 to concentrate on her studies and raise her young family. Michelle graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2015 with a Bachelor of Education (Primary).

Today. Michelle lives with her husband and their two children on a small property. Michelle is a member of her local Surf Life Saving Club where she volunteers as a patrolling Bronze Medallion member.

Michelle’s a believer in the value of education. She teaches lower primary in North-East Tasmania and she’s seen the way education can unlock potential and opportunity.

Michelle believes Tasmania can address long-term unemployment and under-employment through a shift in attitude towards lifelong education.

Michelle is running for the Jacqui Lambie Network because none of the major parties are doing enough to support students to complete Year 12 at their local high school, funding schools based on need, and closing the gap for disadvantaged Tasmanians.

She’s tired of seeing a drug epidemic sweeping through her region, and wants to contribute to the solution.

Michelle supports more rehabilitation beds, and says that incarceration provides little hope of recovery for Tasmanians who committed a drug-related crime, or a crime while under the influence of drugs.

Michelle’s standing at this election to give voters a real alternative to the major parties. She’s smart, she’s determined and she’s tough. She works harder than anybody you’ve ever met, and she wants to work for you.