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Margaret Fitzherbert

Electorate
Southern Metropolitan
 
Positions
Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Women's Health and Rural and Regional Health
 
Party
Liberal Party
 
House
Legislative Council
 
Committees
Legal and Social Issues
 

Electorate Office

Street Address
306 Bay Street, Port Melbourne, VIC 3207
Phone
(03) 9681 9555
Fax
(03) 9681 9792
 

Internet

Email
margaret.fitzherbert@parliament.vic.gov.au
 

About

Name
Margaret Fitzherbert
Personal
Married, 3 children.
Birth Country
Australia

Academic

Education
BA(Hons) 1992 (Monash). GradDip Labour Relations Law 1998, MA(Comms) 2004 (Melb).

Occupation

Occupation
Project Officer, Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce 1994-95. Industrial Officer, Victorian Hospitals' Industrial Association 1995-97. Adviser, Federal Minister for the Status of Women, the Hon. Judi Moylan MP 1998. Adviser, Federal Minister for Education, Training and Youth Affairs, the Hon. Dr David Kemp MHR 1999-2001. Communications Specialist, National Electricity Market Management Company 2001-02. Senior Manager, Communication, ANZ Banking Group 2005-08. Senior Manager, Communication, National Australia Bank 2009. Senior Manager, Communications and Government, The Civic Group 2011-13. Director, The Royal Women's Hospital, 2012-14 and Chair of the Board 2013-14.

Parliament History

Parliamentary Service
Elected MLC for Southern Metropolitan November 2014
 
Committees Service
Legal and Social Issues Legislation Cttee and Legal and Social Issues References Cttee April-May 2015. Legal and Social Issues Cttee since May 2015 (Chair since February 2017).
 
Parliamentary Party Positions
Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Women's Health, Regional and Rural Health since February 2015
 
Party Positions
State Council 1991, 1994-99, and since 2000. Brighton Electorate Conference since 1993 and Chair 2000-11. Administrative Cttee 1994-95, 1996-99. Policy Assembly 1995-99, 2000-08. Party Reforms Implementation Reference Group 2008-10. State Seats 2011-2014. Recipient of Couchman Scholarship 2012.
 

Last updated: February 9th, 2017