Member of the Legislative Council
Temporary Chair of Committees
Member of the Liberal Party
Term of service expires 56th Parliament (1 March 2019)

Contact Details

A The Hon. Natasha Maclaren-Jones, MLC
Parliament House
Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW 2000
P (02) 9230 2836
F (02) 9230 2698

Parliamentary Activity

Current Positions

Member of the NSW Legislative Council26 Mar 2011 
Temporary Chair of Committees6 May 2015 

Prior Positions

Temporary Chair of Committees9 Sep 20146 Mar 20155mths 26days 
Temporary Chair of Committees24 May 20118 Sep 20143yrs 3mths 16days 
Member, Committee on the Health Care Complaints Commission15 May 20146 Mar 20159mths 20days 
Member, General Purpose Standing Committee No. 317 May 20116 Mar 20153yrs 9mths 18daysElected Chair 30 May 2011
Member, Privileges Committee13 May 20146 Mar 20159mths 22days 
Member, Standing Committee on Social Issues17 May 20116 Mar 20153yrs 9mths 18days 
Member, Select Committee on the conduct and progress of the Ombudsman's Inquiry "Operation Prospect"19 Nov 201425 Feb 20153mths 7days 
Member, Select Committee on greyhound racing in New South Wales29 Aug 201316 Oct 20141yr 1mth 18days 
Member, Select Committee on the provisions of the Election Funding, Expenditure and Disclosures Amendment Bill 201124 Nov 201115 Feb 20122mths 23days 
Member, Joint Select Committee on the Parliamentary Budget Office23 Jun 20112 Dec 20115mths 10daysDeputy Chair

Parliamentary Record

Mrs Maclaren-Jones' speeches in Hansard


Political Party Activity - Young Liberal President, Liberal Party of Australia, NSW Division 2005-2006, Chairman of Convention Committee Liberal Party of Australia, NSW Division 2008-2009, State Executive, Liberal Party of Australia, NSW Division 2005-2010, Vice President, Liberal Party of Australia, NSW Division 2008-2010, President, Liberal Party of Australia, NSW Division June 2006-July 2011, Life member, Young Liberal Movement of Australia (NSW Division), Life Member, Sydney University Liberal Club.

Community Activity - Mrs Maclaren-Jones is a member of various local community clubs, Committee Member, Australasian Study of Parliament Group (NSW Division), and Council Member, Australians for Constitutional Monarchy.

Qualifications, Occupations and Interests - Occupations - Registered nurse, 1998-2000, Advisor to the Honourable Bronwyn Bishop, MP, 2000-2001, Advisor to Senator the Honourable Helen Coonan, 2001-2007, Government Affairs Advisor, Merck, Sharp & Dohme (Australia), 2007-2008, Government Affairs Advisor, Novartis Pharmaceuticals 2008-2009, Government and Public Affairs Advisor, 2009-2010.
Qualifications - Bachelor of Nursing, Sydney University 1997, Masters of Health Services Management, UTS, 2006.
Mrs Maclaren-Jones' interests include spending time with her family, politics, travel, sailing and visual and performing arts.

Inaugural speech, 31 May 2011:

Inaugural Speech.pdfInaugural Speech.pdf

Keywords: Temporary Chair of Committees
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