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“Naomi is concerned about climate change, and the future of agriculture and its impact on the environment and human health.”
Naomi Adams lives in the Greater Geelong region with two senior rescue dogs Max and Molly. Naomi is a psychologist who worked in community settings for many years, more recently working in private practice settings. Naomi works with adults and young people, providing services for the whole community, including veterans and their families, victims of crime, and the LGBTIQ+ community.
In 2017, Naomi became a member and an active volunteer with the AJP Victoria Western Region group. Naomi ran as an AJP candidate for the Bellarine Ward in the 2017 and 2020 City of Greater Geelong Council elections, the 2018 Victorian State Election, and the 2019 Federal Election.
Naomi is passionate about both animal and human rights and welfare and protecting the environment. A firm believer of ‘walking the talk’, she is involved in various forms of advocacy, and is guided by the values of the AJP – kindness, equality, rationality and non-violence.
Naomi wants to End Live Animal Export – for all animals, to all countries, in all seasons. Naomi is concerned about climate change, and the future of agriculture and its impact on the environment and human health. She wants to protect farmers and regional communities by supporting them to transition to sustainable horticulture and to drive plant-based innovation in the sector. Naomi also wants to see a ban on the toxic bait Sodium Monofluoroacetate (1080 poison), to prevent the torturous death of wildlife and domestic animals occurring all around the country.