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Mr Stephen Louis BALI, BBus, MComm MP

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Member of the Legislative Assembly
Member for Blacktown
Member of the Australian Labor Party
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Blacktown Electorate Office
A Mr Stephen Bali, MP
Shop 3063
Westpoint Shopping Centre
Flushcombe Road
BLACKTOWN NSW 2148
Postal Mr Stephen Bali MP
PO Box 8232
BLACKTOWN NSW 2148
P (02) 9671 5222
F (02) 9671 5266
E blacktown@parliament.nsw.gov.au

Parliamentary Activity
Current Positions
Position Start Notes
Member of the NSW Legislative Assembly 14 Oct 2017
Member for Blacktown 14 Oct 2017
About the Blacktown Electorate
Electorate description: Outer metropolitan, residential suburban and industrial. Located Sydney, outer western.

Principal suburbs: Blacktown, Bungarribee, Doonside, Kings Park, Lalor Park, Marayong, Quakers Hill, Seven Hills, Woodcroft.

Area: 33.03 sq km.

Population: 79,983. Enrolment: 55,258.

Biography
Political Party Activity

2002 to present President, Doonside Branch, Australian Labor Party. 2007 to 2017 Secretary, Blacktown SEC, Australian Labor Party.

Community Activity

Various, Australian Workers' Union, 2004 to 2014. Director, BASI (Business Advisory Services Inc), 2002 to 2005. Board Member, Blacktown Migrant Resources Inc, 2001 to 2005.

Local Government Activity

2004 to present Councillor, Blacktown City Council, including Mayor since 2014.

Military Service

Honours Received

Personal

Qualifications, Occupations and Interests

Bachelor of Business (BBus), Macarthur Institute of Higher Education (UWS). Master of Commerce (MComm), University of Western Sydney (Nepean). Graduate Diploma of Applied Finance, Financial Institute of Australia.

1996 to 2000 Associate Lecturer, University of Western Sydney. 2000 to 2004 Lecturer, University of Newcastle (Central Coast Campus). 2004 to 2017 Official of the Australian Workers' Union.

Interests include - Plays in the over 35s competition for Doonside Hawks Soccer Club and Doonside Rebels Rugby League team.

Additional Information

Inaugural Speech, 21 November 2017: