Clark grew up in Launceston and is an Arts/Business student based on the University of Tasmania Sandy Bay Campus.
Clark has worked on a number of Liberal campaigns including as the Community Outreach Coordinator for Senator the Hon. Eric Abetz for the 2016 Federal Election, an Electoral Development Officer for the 2017 Western Australian State Election, and as member of the State Executive for the Young Liberal Movement during the 2018 Tasmanian State Election.
Clark has served in a number of executive positions in various student organisations including as President of the Tasmania University Union and Tasmanian State Branch President of the National Union of Students. Clark is an active member of the societies community of the University through his executive membership in a number of organisations. Clark also serves as the Treasuer of the Australian Liberal Students' Federation (ALSF), the national body that represents university Liberal Clubs across Australia.
Thomas is a second year Bachelor of Arts and Business student at the Sandy Bay campus.
Thomas has worked on a number of campaigns since joining the Liberal Party in 2016 including working on former Braddon MHR Brett Whiteleys federal campaign in 2016. More recently, Thomas worked for the re-election of the Hodgman Government in his role as southern ground game co-ordinator.
Along with his role as Treasurer, Thomas is also the Vice President of the Southern Young Liberals Branch of the Liberal Party.
Timothy is a Law student at the University of Tasmania, Sandy Bay Campus.
Tim worked on many elections including the 2018 state election in which he was on Will Hodgman’s team where he currently does volunteer work for at his electorate office in Kingston. Tim is also a Young Liberal in the southern branch where he actively participates in social events and meetings.
He hopes one day to be a politician himself after practicing law for a few years. Tim has a strong passion for building friendships with people and building those relationships and is why he sees the importance of institutions within our society as key. Tim has an outgoing personality and is a keen cook in his spare time and loves a good laugh.
Josh is studying Philosophy and Law at the University of Tasmania’s Sandy Bay campus.
Josh joined the Liberal party in 2017 and worked on former MHR Brett Whiteley Federal Campaign in 2018, as well as volunteering for a number of local campaigns.
In addition to his role as Treasurer, Josh has recently been elected to the TUU as Disabilities Officer for the Southern Student Representative Council of the Tasmania University Union. He hopes that through these positions he will be able to enrich the educational, social and political experiences of his fellow students.