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Ballarat, Victoria 3350, Australia
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Elected to the House of Representatives for Ballarat, Victoria, 2001.
Joint Statutory: Public Accounts and Audit from 20.3.02.
Member, ALP from 1988.
Member, ALP Health and Community Services Policy Committee 1998-2000.
President, ALP Port Melbourne Branch 1998-1999.
Member, ALP Ballarat East Branch from 2000.
Born 2.6.1966, Melbourne, Vic.
Qualifications and Occupation before entering Federal Parliament
BA (Philip Institute of Technology), MA (ANU).
Social worker 1989-92.
Research officer 1992-93.
Industry policy officer, Australia New Zealand Food Authority 1993-94.
Assistant Director, Population Health Division, Commonwealth Dept of Health and Aged Care 1994-98.
Director, Injury Prevention, Population Health Division, Commonwealth Dept of Health and Aged Care 1998-99.
Senior Manager, KPMG Consulting 1999-2001.
Victorian Young Achiever of the Year (Community Service) 1991.
Location: Inner-west Victoria; it includes the city of Ballarat and the centres of Avoca, Ballan,
Blackwood, Burrumbeet, Buninyong, Clunes, Creswick, Daylesford, Glenorchy, Lexton, Marnoo, Navarre, Redbank, Stawell and Talbot.
Area: 8816 sq km (approx.).
Electors enrolled: 84 940 (at 10.11.01).
Industries: Beef cattle, sheep, wheat, oats, barley, wine, mineral water, gold mining, tourism, clothing and fabrics, sawmilling, engineering and confectionery.
State electorates: Ballarat includes the Victorian Legislative Assembly electorate of Ballarat West, and parts of Ballarat East, Ripon and Wimmera.