Welcome Kylie Murphy

by Brighton Council
Kylie Murphy, The newest addition to the Brighton Council team

Brighton Council welcomes new Community Development Officer Kylie Murphy to the team. Calling Tassie home since 2003, Kylie brings vast knowledge and expe­rience from her past roles in early childhood education, community inclusion and development, and community campaign projects such as 26TEN.

“The Brighton Council area is growing rapidly, which is very exciting. The communities are vibrant, friendly and caring” Kylie said. “I was drawn to the role of Community Development Officer at Brighton because of the Coun­cil’s values and vision for the com­munity now and into the future.”

Kylie’s enthusiasm for her new role has been inspired by her past work on projects such as Tasma­nia’s campaign for adult literacy, 26TEN, along with her recent work with the Brighton Youth Ac­tion Group (BYAG). “Over the last couple of weeks, I have had the opportunity to work with BYAG. These amazing young people in­spire me greatly with their insight into their community and their thoughts on how, as community members, they can support and create new opportunities.”

Having lived in the Derwent Valley for 15 years after her family moved to Tasmania, Kylie is passionate about the country lifestyle and the beautiful friendliness of communi­ties like Brighton. “Working with community is what inspires me, working together, sharing conver­sations and bringing ideas to life. I want to continue supporting BYAG to achieve their goals and listening, talking and getting to know the Brighton community.”

“I’m very passionate and excited about the future ahead for the Brighton community, with the fabulous community-led initia­tives like the Brighton Food Hub and many others. It displays that Brighton is looking at ways for Brighton to care for Brighton; just amazing,” Kylie said.

If you spot Kylie out and about, she would love you to say hello to her and have a chat.

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