Conservative Party leader Senator Cory Bernardi has announced today that Nigel Frame has been appointed the Conservative Party’s Tasmanian State Director.
“The Conservative Party now has strong Tasmanian representation with lead Senate candidate Justin Stringer joined by State Director Nigel Frame offering the people of Tasmania a clear, principled, conservative alternative,” Senator Bernardi said.
Born in 1969 in New Norfolk, Tasmania, Nigel attended St. Brigid’s School in New Norfolk and St. Virgil’s College at Austin’s Ferry and in Hobart before graduating in 1993 from the Queensland University of Technology with a degree in Radiation Therapy.
Nigel subsequently attained further degrees in Religion, History and Health Management with Masters in Health Science and Education and has worked at the Royal Hobart Hospital as a Radiation Therapist for more than 20 years.
Nigel also spent a year overseas working in oncology at the prestigious Harley Street Clinic in London.
Nigel, who was State Chess Champion in the early 2000’s is married to Olena and has three adult children.
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