Meet Emma

Prior to entering Parliament, Emma worked as an electorate officer for both State and Federal members of Parliament. Prior to that, Emma worked in retail and administration roles and as a veterinarian nurse.

Having been a volunteer in her local community for the Country Fire Authority and working in electorate offices, Emma understanding how rewarding it is, and how much she enjoys, helping people. This is what prompted her to run for Parliament.

The main passion and priority Emma has as a member of Parliament is ensuring her community continues to get the infrastructure it needs and deserves. The Pakenham electorate is a fast-growing area and things like schools, public transport, roads, health care and local jobs are some of the things Emma will advocate for. Having suffered from a significant stroke at 36 years of age, Emma is also passionate about the need for good health care and rehabilitation services close to home.

Committee membership

Allowances and Budget Reports

In accordance with section 9I of the Parliamentary Salaries, Allowances and Superannuation Act 1968 the relevant Officer must publish the prescribed details in respect of claims for work-related parliamentary allowances or under the Budget and expense allowances (if any) and electorate allowances and the motor vehicle allowance (if claimed) made to the relevant Officer during each period of 3 months ending 31 March, 30 June, 30 September and 31 December as soon as practicable after the end of each period.

Register of Interest

Historical information

  • First elected
    26 November 2022
  • 508 days of Parliamentary Service
    2022 - Current

Electorate history

  • Pakenham since 26 November 2022

Party history

  • Australian Labor Party since 26 November 2022

Committee membership history

Electorate office

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