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Meet Fiona Kotvojs

Fiona Kotvojs has strong ties to Eden-Monaro.  
Born in Bega, Fiona lives with her husband Alan on the family farm in Dignams Creek, where they raise cattle and grow truffles. 
Fiona has always had a passion for serving the community.  
Fiona Kotvojs spent eight years in the Army Reserve and over a decade volunteering as Lifeline counsellor. She’s a Director of Oxfam and active in her local Church.  
For more than a decade, she has been a volunteer for the Rural Fire Service.  

In January, fires tore through her property and she had to fight to save her home. She has since been an advocate for bushfire affected farmers and small businesses. 
Fiona knows what her community is going through. She will be a strong voice within the Government as they work to rebuild communities and our economy.  
Fiona Kotvojs began her career as a high school teacher. She has a doctorate in education, a Master of Business Administration, Master of Evaluation and a Science degree.  
Fiona has strong environmental credentials, including preparation of an award-winning environmental impact statement and award-winning research into marine science.

Fiona has experience running two small businesses, and has also worked on disaster recovery in developing nations. 
Fiona knows how to work hard and get results. She has spent her career solving problems. She would bring these diverse skills to the government and get results for Eden-Monaro.  


Fiona Kotvojs would bring her diverse experience into the government. As a member of the government, she would get things done for Eden-Monaro.

Scott Morrison
Prime Minister