Simeon Brown is the Member of Parliament for Pakuranga, elected in the 2017 General Election.
As the local representative for Pakuranga Simeon is committed to representing his constituents in parliament on the issues that matter to them, including investing in smarter transport solutions, maintaining excellent education opportunities for all students, and ensuring our communities remain safe places to live.
Simeon lives in Auckland with his wife Rebecca. He has a background working in commercial banking, supporting small to medium-sized businesses in the South-East Auckland economy, and has served as an elected representative in local government. He studied at the University of Auckland, completing a Law and Commerce conjoint degree.
In 2013, Simeon was elected to serve as a Local Board member in the Manurewa ward, and he held the role of Deputy Chair from 2013-2016.
He successfully led the campaign within Auckland Council in 2014 to ban the sale of synthetic drugs and legal highs across Auckland, which then resulted in nationwide law reform.
Outside of politics, Simeon's interests include spending time with his family, gardening, and playing the clarinet.