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Mrs Alyssa Kathleen Hayden MLA
Shadow Minister for Tourism; Small Business
Speeches by Mrs Alyssa Kathleen Hayden
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Extract from the Western Australian Parliamentary Handbook
HAYDEN, Hon. Alyssa, MLA
Member for Darling Range
Elected to the Thirty-eighth Parliament for the East Metropolitan Region on 6 September 2008 for term commencing 22 May 2009. Re-elected 2013 for term commencing 22 May. Defeated 11 March 2017 (term concluded 21 May 2017).
Elected to the Fortieth Parliament for Darling Range (Legislative Assembly) at the by-election on 23 June 2018, held to fill the vacancy consequent upon the resignation of Barry Urban.
Deputy Chairman of Committees from 16 August 2012 to 21 May 2013.
Opposition Whip in the Legislative Council from 21 March 2017 to 21 May 2017.
Opposition Whip in the Legislative Assembly from 27 June 2019 to 27 February 2020.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; Tourism: 21 March 2013 - 22 July 2013.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; 22 July 2013 to 11 December 2013.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Police; Tourism; Road Safety; Women's Interests: 5 August 2013 to 11 December 2013.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; Training and Workforce Development; 11 December 2013 to 8 December 2014.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; Tourism: 8 December 2014 - 16 February 2016.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Health; Tourism: 16 February 2016 - 31 March 2016.
Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier; Minister for Tourism; Science: 31 March 2016 - 17 March 2017.
Shadow Ministerial Appointments
Shadow Minister for Community Services; Youth; Seniors and Ageing; Volunteering from 6 August 2018.
Shadow Minister for Tourism; Small Business from 27 June 2019.
Member, Joint Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation: 4 June 2009 - 14 December 2012.
Member, Joint Standing Committee on the Review of the Racing and Wagering Western Australia Acts: 24 September 2009 - 21 October 2010.
Member, Standing Committee on Legislation: 16 August 2012 - 21 May 2013.
Member, Joint Standing Committee on Delegated Legislation: 11 October 2016 - 30 January 2017.
Member, Parliamentary Services Committee: 22 May 2013 - 21 May 2017.
Born 7 June 1970, Perth, Western Australia.
Qualifications and Occupation Before Entering Parliament
DARLING RANGE - ELECTORATE PROFILE
The electorate of Darling Range is located in the East Metropolitan Region and includes parts of the Cities of Armadale, Kwinana, and Rockingham and the Shires of Kalamunda, Mundaring, and Serpentine-Jarrahdale.
Comprising of all or parts of the localities of Ashendon, Baldivis, Bedfordale, Beechina, Bickley, Byford, Canning Mills, Cardup, Carmel, Darling Downs, Hacketts Gully, Hopeland, Jarrahdale, Karragullen, Karrakup, Kelmscott, Keralup, Keysbrook, Mardella, Mt Richon, Mundaring, Mundijong, Oakford, Oldbury, Pickering Brook, Piesse Brook, Roleystone, Sawyers Valley, Serpentine, The Lakes, Wellard, Whitby, and Wungong.
Enrolment (2017) 31,142; 1,949 sq kms.
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Acknowledgement of Country
The Parliament of Western Australia is honoured to be situated on the ancestral lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. The Parliament acknowledges the First Australians as the traditional owners of the lands we represent and pays respects to their Elders both past and present.
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Last Updated by Darren Woulfe on 25 September 2020 at 12:17:43 PM