The Hon. Carmel Mary TEBBUTT, BEc MP
Member of the Legislative Assembly
Member for Marrickville
Shadow Minister for Education and Training
Member of the Australian Labor Party
|Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly||17 Sep 2005|| |
|Member for Marrickville||17 Sep 2005|| |
|Shadow Minister for Education and Training||11 Apr 2011|| |
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|Member, Legislative Assembly Committee on Environment and Regulation||22 Jun 2011|| |
|Member of the NSW Legislative Council||30 Apr 1998||26 Aug 2005||7yrs 3mths 28days|| |
|Deputy Premier||5 Sep 2008||28 Mar 2011||2yrs 6mths 24days||Re-appointed Deputy Premier on 8 December 2009.|
|Minister for Health||8 Dec 2009||28 Mar 2011||1yr 3mths 21days|| |
|Minister for Health||14 Sep 2009||4 Dec 2009||2mths 21days|| |
|Minister for Commerce||8 Sep 2008||14 Sep 2009||1yr 7days|| |
|Minister for Climate Change and the Environment||8 Sep 2008||14 Sep 2009||1yr 7days|| |
|Minister for Education and Training||21 Jan 2005||2 Apr 2007||2yrs 2mths 12days|| |
|Minister for Aboriginal Affairs||3 Aug 2005||10 Aug 2005||8day(s)|| |
|Minister for Ageing||11 Jul 2002||21 Jan 2005||2yrs 6mths 11days|| |
|Minister for for Disability Services||11 Jul 2002||21 Jan 2005||2yrs 6mths 11days|| |
|Minister for Youth||11 Jul 2002||21 Jan 2005||2yrs 6mths 11days|| |
|Minister for Community Services||11 Jul 2002||21 Jan 2005||2yrs 6mths 11days|| |
|Minister for Juvenile Justice||8 Apr 1999||2 Apr 2003||3yr(s) 11mth(s) 26day(s)|| |
|Minister Assisting the Premier on Youth||8 Apr 1999||2 Apr 2003||3yrs 11mths 26days|| |
|Minister Assisting the Minister for the Environment||8 Apr 1999||11 Jul 2002||3yrs 3mths 4days|| |
|Chair, Committee on Children and Young People||21 Jun 2007||5 Sep 2008||1yr 2mths 16days||Ceased to hold membership of the Committee as appointed a Minister (see section 1 of Schedule 1 of the Commission for Children and Young People Act 1998).|
|Member, Legislative Council Procedure Committee||4 May 2005||26 Aug 2005||3mth(s) 23day(s)|| |
Ms Tebbutt's speeches in Hansard
About the Marrickville Electorate
Inner metropolitan, residential suburban, industrial. Located Sydney, southwestern.
Principal suburbs: Camperdown, Darlington, Dulwich Hill, Enmore, Erskineville, Lewisham, Macdonaldtown, Marrickville, Newtown, Petersham, Redfern, Stanmore, Sydney University.
Area: 14 sq km.
Population: 73,697. Enrolment: 52,170.
For more detailed information see - http://www.elections.nsw.gov.au/state_government_elections/electoral_districts/all_districts_/marrickville
Political Party Activity - Member of ALP since 1985. Member of the Executive of NSW Young Labor Council 1988 - 1991. President, NSW Young Labor Council 1990 - 1991. Member of the ALP Economic Policy Committee 1990 - 1994. President, Ashfield State Electorate Council 1994 - 1998. Deputy Convenor, ALP Credentials Committee 1996 - 1999. Member of Administrative Committee, ALP NSW Branch 1993 - 1999.
Community Activity - Member of Marrickville Aboriginal Consultative Committee 1995 - 98. Member of Marrickville Heritage Promotion Committee 1997 - 1998. Member of Australian People for Health, Education and Development Abroad, Australian Republican Movement and Evatt Foundation, Amnesty International.
Local Government Activity - Councillor on Marrickville Council since October 1993, Deputy Mayor from September 1995 - May 1998.
Personal - Born 22 January 1964.
Qualifications, Occupations and Interests - Higher School Certificate De La Salle College Cronulla (1981). Bachelor of Economics, Sydney University, Majoring in Economics and Industrial Relations (1986).
Previously worked as Graduate Trainee, State Bank of NSW (1985-86); Industrial Officer for AMP Staff Association (1986-88); State Secretary, AMP Staff Association (1988-90); Electorate Officer, Senator Bruce Childs (1990-92); Industrial Officer/Training Officer, Community and Public Sector Union (1992-95) and Policy Advisor to the Deputy Premier and Minister for Health (1995-98).
Special interests include: social justice, local government, children's and young peoples' services, education and the environment.
Leisure activities include: swimming, cycling, reading and movies.
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