Central Business District, Fortitude Valley, New Farm, Spring Hill, Herston, Bowen Hills, Newstead and Teneriffe.
Vicki Howard has been proud to represent Brisbane’s vibrant inner northern suburbs since 2012.
As a long standing resident of New Farm, Vicki’s passion for Brisbane’s inner city drives her to ensure Central Ward receives strong and effective representation that delivers results.
As a senior member of Lord Mayor Graham Quirk’s team, she is well known for her no nonsense approach and ability to bring people together to get better outcomes. It is these characteristics that saw Vicki chosen by her colleagues to take on the additional responsibilities of Deputy Chair of City Planning and Deputy Chair of Council.
As a member of many local community groups, Vicki loves working and spending time with those who share her enthusiasm and pride for Brisbane’s inner north.
Some of the groups Vicki is proud to be associated with include:
- New Farm and Districts Historical Society
- Queensland Women’s Historical Association
- Rotary New Farm
- Royal Queensland Historical Association
- Valley Chamber of Commerce
- National Seniors
- Windsor and District Historical Society
- Brisbane Gay and Lesbian Business Network
- Brisbane Pride
- Crime Stoppers
- Kedron Brook Business Group
Vicki is also honoured to be Patron of the Merthyr Croquet Club , Queensland Musical Theatre, Nash Theatre, and the Spring Hill Men’s Shed.
She regularly provides updates on upcoming council works and events, along with community news and upcoming events in the ward via her regular e-newsletter, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and website. If you would like to receive a copy Vicki’s e-newsletter, please contact the Central Ward Office.
Vicki’s regular mobile office schedule is available on www.vickihoward.com.