Flow was born and grew up in Kent, England, then emigrated to NZ in 2003. She has two young children and lives in Kaniere on the West Coast.
Flow studied Natural Sciences at Cambridge University, where she specialised in neurosciences and then went on to do a Masters degree in neurosciences, progressing to a job in MRI research for seven years.
“I believe that Parliament should work for the best interests of all New Zealanders, not those of overseas corporations, the UN or their ideologies. We need to ensure the protection of our identity, our sovereignty, our culture, our hope, our dreams and our voice.”
Flow’s interests include:
- Exploring the United Nations plans and their global implications.
- Building support models that reflect our human need for family, for turangawaewae - a place where we feel empowered and connected.
- Challenging ideologies that enforce a Marxist 'utopia' on us all, that may appeal to the young, but which history and experience show us ends in disaster.
- Flow wants to see an influx of new people into politics who will work hard and value their communities, who want to protect the future of our tamariki, and who want to make sure that our voices - your voices - keep being heard and respected.
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