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Andrea Coote

Fintona Girls' School 1956-69. BA 1985 (The University of Melbourne). ALAA 1974 (National Library). TSTC 1975 (State College Hawthorn).

Business Manager

Librarian. Ministerial Adviser 1992-93. Ministerial Staff Officer, Hon. Michael John MLA 1993-94. Executive Director, State Library Foundation 1994-96. Director of Development, Geelong Grammar School 1996-98. Business Development Manager, Buchan Communications Group 1998-99. 

Liberal Party
HouseElectorateStart End
Legislative CouncilMonash18 September 199924 November 2006Seat abolished
Legislative CouncilSouthern Metropolitan25 November 200629 November 2014Resigned

*The Start date for Members elected after 1900 is the date they were elected. The start date for pre-1900 Members is the date they were sworn in.

Secretary to the Shadow Cabinet August-December 2002
Shadow Minister for Tourism December 2002-January 2004
Deputy Leader of the Opposition (Council), Manager of Opposition Business (Council) December 2002-February 2008
Shadow Minister for Ageing and Carers December 2002-December 2006
Shadow Minister for Victorian Communities January 2004-December 2005
Shadow Minister for Arts December 2005-December 2006
Shadow Minister for Children December 2005-August 2007
Shadow Minister for Housing December 2005-May 2006
Shadow Minister for Community Services May 2006-August 2007
Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs December 2006-August 2007
Shadow Minister for Environment and Climate Change August 2007-February 2008
Parliamentary Secretary for Families and Community Services December 2010-2014
Committee Service: LC Printing Cttee 1999-2002
Economic Development Cttee 2000-02
LC Standing Orders Cttee 2003-06
Deputy Chair, Environment and Natural Resources Cttee 2003-06
LC Legislation Cttee 2007-November 2010
Drugs and Crime Prevention Cttee June 2008-November 2010
Chair, Economy and Infrastructure Legislation Cttee - 2014
Dep Chair, Economy and Infrastructure References Cttee February 2011-2014
Family and Community Development Cttee May 2011-2014



References: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook. Personal information.

Data Source: Victorian Parliamentary Handbook, 54th Parliament

Last updated: 9th December 2020