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The Hon. Courtney HOUSSOS, MLC

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Member of the Legislative Council
Temporary Chair of Committees
Member of the Australian Labor Party
Term of service expires 57th Parliament (03 Mar 2023)
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Member of the Legislative Council
A The Hon. Courtney Houssos, MLC
Parliament House
Macquarie Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
P (02) 9230 2694
F (02) 9230 2677
E courtney.houssos@parliament.nsw.gov.au

Parliamentary Activity
Current Positions
Position Start Notes
Member of the NSW Legislative Council 28 Mar 2015
Temporary Chair of Committees 14 Mar 2018
Member, Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters 02 Jun 2015
Member, Portfolio Committee No. 2 - Health and Community Services 20 Jul 2017
Member, Public Accountability Committee 21 Mar 2018
Substitute Member, Portfolio Committee No. 1 - Premier and Finance 17 Apr 2018 Fresh food pricing
Substitute Member, Portfolio Committee No. 5 - Industry and Transport 17 Oct 2018 Sustainability of the dairy industry in New South Wales
Prior Positions
Position Start End Period Notes
Member, Portfolio Committee No. 3 – Education 14 May 2015 20 Jul 2017 2 years 2 months 7 days
Member, Select Committee on off-protocol prescribing of chemotherapy in NSW 15 Aug 2016 18 May 2017 9 months 4 days
Member, Select Committee on the closure of public schools in New South Wales 01 Jul 2015 22 Oct 2015 3 months 22 days
Member, Select Committee on Landowner Protection from Unauthorised Filming or Surveillance 17 May 2018 25 Oct 2018 5 months 9 days
About the Electorate

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Courtney Houssos was elected to the NSW Legislative Council in 2015.

Prior to entering Parliament, Courtney was a Party Official for the NSW branch of the Australian Labor Party, serving nine years at the NSW Country Organiser.

Courtney has participated in a number of Party Committees, and has been a delegate to both State and National Labor Conferences for many years.

Courtney has been awarded a Bachelor of Arts (Politics and International Relations, Industrial Relations) from the University of New South Wales.

Courtney currently lives in Earlwood, with her husband George and their daughter Anna, who was born in 2014.

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Inaugural speech, 12 May 2015