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Caroline Jennifer Hogg

Caroline Jennifer Hogg

Somerset, England
A. G. F. Kluht, clerk, and E. C. Kluht
Divorced. 1s. 1d. m. June 2003 William Mullane.
School teacher
BA (Adelaide University)
School teacher Fitzroy High School 1966-1981 and member branch executive Victorian Secondary Teachers Association; Chairperson Gold Street Clifton Hill State School Council 1978-1982; Trustee Collingwood Children's Farm; Member Collingwood Residents' Association; Founding member Inner Suburban Education Coalition; Life member Fitzroy High School Greek Parents Association; Member Fitzroy High School Council; Director Australian Institute of Political Science; Office co-ordinator to John Cain Oct 1981-Apr 1982; Board Member of Beyond Blue, The National Depression Initiative 2000; Member The Infertility Authority, since 2003; Executive Member Victorian Parliamentary Former Members Association, since 2003; Member Victoria Grants Commission, since 2004; Deputy Chair Cunningham Dax Collection Advisory Committee.;Collingwood city councillor 1970-1979, mayor 1978-1979
Australian Labor Party
Party Note
Joined 1966, executive member Collingwood and Clifton Hill branches, secretary immigration and ethnic affairs policy committee 1980-83.
Melbourne North
3rd Apr 1982
17th Sep 1999

*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.

Inaugural Speech
29 June 1982, ALP, Council, Melbourne North
Minister for Community Services 1985-87. Minister for Education 1987-88. Minister Assisting the Minister for Education with Responsibility for Post-Secondary Education and Minister for Ethnic Affairs 1988-89. Minister for Health 1989-91. Minister for Ethnic, Municipal and Community Affairs 1991-92. Shadow Minister for Agriculture and Rural Affairs and Shadow Minister for the Arts 1992-93. Shadow Minister Assisting with the Arts and Shadow Minister for Higher Education and Training 1993-96. Deputy Leader of ALP in Legislative Council 1990-96. ALP Whip in Legislative Council 1996-99. Prisons Service committee 1983-1984. Social Development Cttee 1982-1985. Legislative Council Electoral Donations and Expenditure committee 1984. Community Development committee 1992-1996. Family and Community Development committee 1996-1999.
Victorian Parliamentary Handbook; SNP 11 Dec 1978,12 July 1982; Melbourne Times 7 Apr 1982; personal information
Initial Data Source
Browne, G, 'Biographical Register of the Victorian Parliament 1900-84', 1985
Last Update
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