Jason Wells Is Running For Central Ward On Team Leah Anderson

Jason Wells out meeting business owners and listening to their needs at Anna Bay. Photo: Marian Sampson.


JASON Wells is known to locals around Medowie through his volunteer work at Medowie Little Athletics and for his role at Medowie Public School.

For Jason, being a part of the community is about building bridges and partnerships.

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Partnerships with parents and community organisations and building trust with students.

Jason is now running for a Central Ward councillor position on team Leah Anderson in the upcoming Port Stephens Council elections.

Jason Wells told News Of The Area, “I have worked for sixteen years in my local NSW public school as a dedicated and trusted classroom teacher.

“Over that time I have built strong partnerships with parents and community organisations in the pursuit of providing quality education outcomes for all students.

“I have a particular interest in collaborating with non-profit community groups to the betterment of a child’s education and preparedness for adulthood.”

Jason’s work with local youth doesn’t stop at the school gate.

For the last five years he has held the role of President of Medowie Little Athletics Centre.

“I thoroughly enjoy engaging with the local community, especially where community spaces are activated and improved.

“I have worked collaboratively with local government to build Kindlebark Oval into a quality sporting facility.”

In fact you will often find Jason out marking lines on the oval and encouraging our local youth as they train.

“I have a thorough understanding of the needs of local families of Central Ward.”

He believes that families want to be able to drive and walk safely around their suburbs and he will be advocating strongly for increased expenditure and innovation around local roads and pathways.

If elected to Council Jason is pledging to work hard to ensure that all of our recreation and sport facilities are fit for purpose to allow our children to flourish.

“I believe council consultative processes need to be reviewed to become genuinely transparent to the wider community and be built on effective communication and collaboration in order to foster the trust of the community.

“Like most, I want to make Port Stephens a great place to live and I am eager to pursue this as a strong advocate for the people of Central Ward,” he said.



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