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Nolan, Hon Rachel Genevieve

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Birth Date: 13 March 1974 (Ipswich, Queensland, Australia)

Education: Bachelor of Arts, University of Queensland


Political Advisor to the Northern Territory's then Leader of the Opposition; Political Advisor to Queensland Labor Government; Studied community development in India with Community Aid Abroad

Party Positions:

  1. (ALP) Member of ALP, 1992
  2. (ALP) Ministerial Committee - Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Infrastructure; Local Government, Planning and Sport; Environment and Multiculturalism; Mines and Energy, 28 Sep 2006

Parliamentary Representation:

House Party Electorate From To Elected/Departure Reason
Assembly ALP Ipswich 17 Feb 2001 23 Mar 2012

Speeches: Inaugural | All Speeches

Parliamentary Service

Description From To
Minister for Finance, Natural Resources and The Arts 22 Jun 2011 26 Mar 2012
Minister for Finance and The Arts 21 Feb 2011 22 Jun 2011
Minister for Transport 26 Mar 2009 21 Feb 2011
Chair, Estimates Committee A 2007 2007
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Communities, Minister for Disability Services, Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Seniors and Youth 13 Sep 2007 20 Mar 2009
Chair, Estimates Committee A 2006 2006
Member, Ethics and Parliamentary Privileges Committees 1 Nov 2006 6 Feb 2007
Member, Estimates Committee A 2005 2005
Member, Impact of Petrol Pricing Select Committee 25 Aug 2005 4 Apr 2006
Chair, Estimates Committee, A 2004 2004
Deputy Government Whip 18 Mar 2004 13 Sep 2007
Member, Estimates Committee C 2003 2003
Member, Estimates Committee D 2002 2002
Member, Estimates Committee G 2001 2001
Member, Legal, Constitutional and Administrative Review Committee 3 May 2001 13 Jan 2004

Additional Information

Notes: Policy interest areas include; regional and economic development, education and Aboriginal development; Other interests include running, bushwalking, mountain biking and reading; Former Member: UQ Senate, Advisory Committee for the Centre for Public Culture and ideas, Griffith University

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