As a State Representative representing Pine Rivers for almost eight years, Nikki Boyd has made significant progress in the areas of transportation and education, and has been a significant voice in the MOreton Bay Region.
These include improvements to the Linkfield Road and Strathpine Road overpasses as well as a "complete overhaul" of Eatons Crossing. Including removing “blackspot removal”.
At Dayboro tip, the road has been widened and a turning lane installed. Traffic lights and the roundabout have been removed on Gympie Rd at the Dixon St, Strathpine.
A new hall at Bray Park High School, a soft-fall outdoor area at Bray Park State School, and air conditioning for every government school in Pine Rivers are also included on Mrs. Boyd's website as some of her accomplishments.
Mrs Boyd also contributed to the construction of a new pedestrian causeway at the Percy Cash Bridge in Samford, an upgraded clubhouse for the Pine Rivers Swans, and a new track and home for Pine Rivers BMX.
The list also includes improvements to Lawnton station's park 'n ride, and the refurbishment of Mt Glorious’ Maiala picnic area.
In addition to being a member of the Samford Lions and an honorary member of the Samford Area Men's Shed and Club Pine, Mrs. Boyd serves as a patron for the Pine Central Holy Spirit Football Club, the Dayboro Pony Club, the Lake Samsonvale Water Sports Association, and the Act 1 Theatre.
On her website, Nikki Boyd states that she has "committed her professional life to looking out for others and advocating for a fair go for everyone in our society - particularly those who are forgotten about or marginalised."
She has achieved this as the State Representative for Pine Rivers, to which she was elected in 2015 and re-elected in 2017 and 2020.
After serving as Assistant Minister for Health and Deputy Government Whip, Mrs. Boyd has been Assistant Minister for Local Government for the past two years.
Additionally, she has served on committees on Ethics; Disability Services and Domestic and Family Violence Prevention; Parliamentary Crime and Corruption; Education, Tourism, Innovation and Small Business; Legal Affairs and Community Safety and Economics and Governance.
According to Mrs. Boyd's website, she worked as a union lead organiser for United Voice and an educator in the field of early childhood education and care before to being elected.
Additionally, her website demonstrates that from 2008 to 2019, Ms. Boyd held a number of positions inside the ALP, including secretary, delegate, committee, network, and organiser.