We are three Kiwi mums intent on making sure our beautiful country remains a safe and free place for our families and friends. Passionate for people, relationships, and creating community. In particular, our focus is on natural health, empowering others through education and community, medical and health freedom, vaccine-related research, and science.

Claire Deeks


Claire grew up on a farm in Taranaki, studied in Wellington, lived overseas in the US and Europe, and is now based in Auckland. She has worked as a lawyer and patent attorney for over a decade and has owned small businesses in the health sector. She’s a mum to 11 year old Dominic and a passionate advocate for children, health and freedoms.

Claire created Dom’s Kitchen food blog which led a NZ speaking tour and multiple appearances on TV and radio. She stood as a candidate in the 2020 elections. Claire joined with two friends and fellow mums to create Voices For Freedom in December 2020.

Alia Bland


Alia is a mother of three teenage boys with a background in primary school teaching. She has expertise in problem-solving, conflict resolution, research, and communicating complex subjects (especially vaccine ‘science’) in an easy to understand manner online.

Alia is a life-long entrepreneur running numerous small businesses and a sought after workshop facilitator. Prior to becoming involved in Voices For Freedom, Alia launched an international pattern design business and quickly gathered a large online following (90K+). Alia is a skilled communicator and connector with a focus on natural health, simple lifestyles, organic gardening, and planning for resilience.

Libby Jonson


Libby is a mum to four children and has a background as a commercial lawyer working for leading firms in both New Zealand and the UK. She has also trained as a breastfeeding counsellor and facilitated large groups here and in the UK for over seven years.

Libby has over a decades experience and significant expertise in organising and running successful community groups (including Playcentre, and Woodcraft in the UK). Libby founded and runs one of New Zealand’s largest and most loved online knitting communities and design businesses.