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Attwood, Julie Maree

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Birth Date: 31 May 1957 (Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia)

Family: Married 1981

Education: Graduate Certificate of Case Management and Client Service, Deakin University, 1995


Manager, Commonwealth Employment Service, Dept of Employment, Education, Training and Youth Affairs

Party Positions:

  1. (ALP) Former Secretary and Treasurer for Centenary Branch of the ALP
  2. (ALP) Delegate to the MEC and EEC

Parliamentary Representation:

House Party Electorate From To Elected/Departure Reason
Assembly ALP Mount Ommaney 13 Jun 1998 23 Mar 2012 Did not contest

Speeches: Inaugural | All Speeches

Parliamentary Service

Description From To
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health 3 Mar 2011 23 Mar 2012
Member, Environment and Resources Committee 23 Apr 2009 16 Jun 2011
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Disability Services and Multicultural Affairs 9 Apr 2009 3 Mar 2011
Member, Estimates Committee E 2008 2008
Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasurer 13 Sep 2007 20 Mar 2009
Chair, Estimates Committee G 2006 2006
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Child Safety 21 Sep 2006 13 Sep 2007
Chair, Safe Youth Parties Taskforce 24 May 2005 10 Mar 2006
Chair, Estimates Committee B 2004 2005
Chair, Estimates Committee F 2003 2003
Chair, Estimates Committee G 2001 2001
Chair, Members' Ethics and Parliamentary Privileges Committee 3 May 2001 15 Aug 2006
Chair, Estimates Committee C 2000 2000
Member, Estimates Commitee C 1998 1999
Member, Members' Ethics and Parliamentary Privileges Committee 30 Jul 1998 23 Jan 2001

Additional Information

Notes: Commissioner for Declarations; Volunteer in an aged care complex and community speaker for the Queensland Cancer Fund; Member, Community Advisory Committee at Sir David Longlands Correctional Centre and Brisbane Youth Detention Centre; Founding Member, Anti-Graffiti Group and the Centenary Table Tennis Association. Member of the following organisations: Reconciliation Queensland Incorporated; Branch Council of The Scout Association of Australia, Queensland Branch Inc. State Council of Girl Guides; Centenary Riverfront Advisory Committee; Victims of Crime Association; Endeavour Foundation; Citizens Against Road Slaughter Ltd; Zoe Reed Little Bridge House Association; Sherwood Neighbourhood Centre; Benarrawa Community Development Association; Sherwood Respite Centre; Centenary War Memorial Gardens Committee; Patron of the following organisations: Centenary & Districts Chamber of Commerce; Centenary State High School; Centenary Suburbs Sub-branch of the RSL; Corinda State School Parents and Citizens Association; Oxley Swimming Club; John Oxley Orchid Society; Centenary Meals on Wheels; Centenary Table Tennis Association; and CHARM Support Services

Publications: Attwood, J., Parliamentary privilege and members sources of information, Australasian Parliamentary Review, V.17 No.2 Sep 2002, pp.87-96

Sources: Image sourced from the collection of the Queensland Parliamentary Library and Research Service; Queensland Parliament, Members List, Biography, http://www.parliament.qld.gov.au/

[Last Modified: Tuesday, 12 January 2016]