Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia



Member Name
Amber-Jade Sanderson
Principal Honours
Birth
Date Place
Arrival in WA
Parents
Kate and Julian (step-father)
Marriage and Family
Death
Date Place
Cemetery Cause of Death
Religion
Education
Occupation
Union official
Employment History
Employed by United Voice for nine years prior to parliament
House
MLA
Local Government Service
Party
Labor
Member of Australian Labor Party
Date Elected
5 April 2013
Inaugural Speech

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Inaugural Video
 2017
Speeches
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Valedictory Speech
Sanderson, Amber-Jade, Valedictory Speech, November 2016.pdfSanderson, Amber-Jade, Valedictory Speech, November 2016.pdf
Year Retired/Resigned
Electorate
Morley
Parliamentary Service
Electorates
  • MLC East Metropolitan from 5 April 2013. Elected to the Thirty-Ninth Parliament for East Metropolitan Region on 5 April 2013 for term commencing 22 May 2013. Resigned 5 February 2017 (to contest the Lower House seat for Morley). Elected to the Fortieth Parliament for Morley on 11 March 2017, in succession to Ian Maxwell Britza (defeated).
  • MLA Morley from 11 March 2017

Office
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier; Minister for Public Sector Management; State Development, Jobs and Trade; Federal-State Relations; Parliamentary Secretary of the Cabinet from 17 March 2017

Committees
  • Deputy Chair of Committees 16 October 2013–present
  • Member Standing Committee on Public Administration 22 May 2013–18 August 2015
  • Member Standing Committee on Uniform Legislation and Statutes Review 22 May 2013–18 August 2015
  • Member Standing Committee on Uniform Legislation and Statutes Review 24 February 2016–11 October 2016
  • Member Standing Committee on Public Administration 16 February 2016–5 February 2017
  • Member Joint Select Committee on End of Life Choices from 23 August 2017
Private Member's Bills
Background/Membership
Grew up in Bayswater
Moved to London in 1986 and stayed until 2001
Returned to Perth 2001
Qualifications
References
Parliament of Western Australia. Current Members. Accessed 2 June 2015.
Further Information
Bibliography

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