Cr Will Nemesh was first elected to Waverley Council in 2017. During his time on Council, Will has been a passionate advocate for the residents of Waverley and in particular the residents of Hunter Ward. Will has fought for and achieved increased funding for our local parks and critical infrastructure while opposing overdevelopment. He is motivated by the belief that safe and vibrant communities are the bedrock for a confident and prosperous society. His passion for community has seen him serve on multiple boards of various community organisations including Emanuel Synagogue and Courage to Care.
Will has worked across and within state, and federal government as well as community organisations over the past ten years. As such he holds a keen awareness of the local issues faced by residents and how to address and fix problems when they arise. Currently, Will is the founder and managing director of a boutique consultancy firm specialising in assisting organisations and businesses find sources of funding. He is a passionate supporter and advocate for local business which continues to be an integral part of our flourishing and vibrant community.
Will is committed to improving the accessibility and preservation of open green spaces and our environment. He recognises that parking and traffic congestion are major concerns for residents as more people move into the Waverley LGA. He will continue to fight for better infrastructure including roads, drains and footpaths and the beautification of our area whether it be cleaner streets or to ensure that your rates are spent on core Council services.
Born and raised in Rose Bay, he is proud to be a son and grandson of refugees who fled Europe in search of a better life here in Australia. He is an active member of the Liberal Party as well as the Jewish community.