Nadia Clancy is Boothby born and raised. Born at Flinders Hospital in 1986, Nadia grew up in Somerton Park with her parents and three siblings. She attended Paringa Park Primary School and Brighton Secondary School.
Nadia has always believed in working hard - while at school she worked casual jobs including Lush in Marion Shopping Centre, and a deli in Glenelg North. Nadia supported herself during university, working as a carer at the Marion Leisure and Fitness Centre crèche and also in the hospitality industry.
In 2009, Nadia moved to Renmark and worked as a producer for the ABC. Nadia knows local communities need local news and she will always fight any cuts to our public broadcaster.
Nadia is passionate about ensuring everyone has access to the health care they need, and was proud to work for the national mental health foundation headspace and the Fred Hollows Foundation.
Nadia has worked in policy and media roles in the areas of health, ageing, mental health, housing and homelessness, foreign affairs, climate change and the environment. She is an active member in our community, and volunteers as an emergency and respite foster carer.
Nadia is passionate about fairness, equality, helping others, and achieving for the Boothby community.