Angee Nicholas, 28, was born in Rarotonga and moved to New Zealand with her family more than two decades ago. Angee was raised in West Auckland and has spent most of her upbringing in the Te Atatū electorate, attending Ranui Primary School and St Dominic’s College before gaining a Bachelor of Laws from AUT.
Angee lives in Te Atatū and works as a solicitor at the Royal Commission of Inquiry into Abuse in Care.
She supports both her parents in running their family-owned security company and has also worked as a youth worker for the West City Youth Trust.
She is active in Auckland’s Pacific community and currently serves as the P.A.C.I.F.I.C.A West Auckland Vice President, which is a branch of P.A.C.I.F.I.C.A Incorporated, an NGO for Pacific women living in Aotearoa New Zealand.
She also helps run her family-owned security company and has previously worked in a support role for former MP Nikki Kaye and as a youth worker for the West City Youth Trust.
Angee has always enjoyed serving in several volunteer and community roles. She has been a TAHA tutor, teaching digital capability to Pasifika elders, in her church community she joined a group of youth and young adults in an initiative to feed the homeless, and at university served as the co-president for the Māori & Pacific Island Law Students Association.