About Pippa

Councillor on Auckland Council, representing the Waitematā and Gulf ward (2019- 2022), after serving nine years on the Waitematā Local Board as Deputy Chair and Chair for the 2016 – 2019 term.

I was born in London and immigrated to New Zealand aged 14, attending Auckland Girls’ Grammar School. I hold a law degree from Otago University. Following a legal career, in early 2009, I became a full-time volunteer in the community focused on cycling advocacy, community development and sustainability. In 2011 I received the SBN’s Sustainability Champion award for my cycling advocacy work and as chair of the Grey Lynn Farmers Market.  I was first elected on to Auckland Council in 2010

During my time on Auckland Council I reported  monthly on my activities here

My wrap of the 2022 election result that brought an end to my elected role.  


To contact me, please either use the contact form below to send me an email, call me on 022 3938 763 or find me on social media  @pippacoom. You can find me on Facebook and can learn more about me here.

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