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photo Mrs Judith HOPWOOD MP
Member for Hornsby
NSW Legislative Assembly
The information on this page was provided by the parliamentarian or obtained through parliamentary handbooks or web sites. It was correct as at June 2007
Party   Liberal Party
State   NSW
Parliamentary Service   Elected for Hornsby, 23 February 2002, at a by-election made consequent by the resignation of Stephen O'Doherty, MP; Re-elected 22 March 2003 and 24 March 2007..
Ministerial and Shadow Ministerial Appointments   Shadow Minister for Community Services; and Shadow Minister for Mental Health from 20 November 2006.
Parliamentary Party Positions   Parliamentary Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition
Committee Service   Member, Committee on Children and Young People from 14.3.02 - 2.3.07; Member, Select Committee on the Quality of Building from 14.3.02 - 18.07.02.
Party Positions   Member, Liberal Party from 1981; Formerly, President of Normanhurst Branch; President Northcott State Electorate Conference and President of Liberal Women's Forum from 1996-2000.
Other Positions   Life Member of Royal North Shore (RNS) Graduate Nurses' Association; Life Member of the United Nations Development Fund for Women; Honorary member of Berowra Rotary Club.
Former Occupations   Nurse 1976 - 1988; Community Nurse from 1988-1996; Office manager and media adviser to the Hon. Philip Ruddock, MP from 1996-1998; Executive Director, the Australian Podiatry Association (NSW) from 1998-2002.
Professional Activity   Member of AuSAE, Chair of Coalition of Health Professionals.
Qualifications   Master of Bioethics (UTS) 1997, Registered Nurse.
Awards   Edith Cavell Scholarship (College of Nursing), Paul Harris Fellow.
Electoral Address   Suite 5, The Madison, 25-29 Hunter Street
Hornsby NSW 2077
Telephone   +61 (0) 2 9476 3411
Fax   +61 (0) 2 9476 2965
Other Addresses   Postal Address: PO Box 1635, Hornsby Westfield NSW 2077
Date of Birth   19/6/54
Place of Birth   Melbourne, VIC
Married/Children   Married; 2 children
Interests   The Arts, reading.

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