Jenny Warfe began her career as an audiologist with the Federal government’s National Hearing program and later took on executive roles in planning service delivery for children, rural remote and indigenous clients.
Since 2000 she has concentrated on various environmental campaigns, especially state government plans for port expansion and the impacts on Port Philip and Westernport Bays.
She was a major opponent of the Bracks and Brumby Government during its Channel Deepening project, including involvement in Supreme and Federal court cases mounted against the project.
In 2010, she stood as an Independent senate candidate on a ticket with Dr Joseph Toscano.
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