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Alan Tudge

Alan Tudge was elected to the Federal Parliament in the seat of Aston in Melbourne's outer east in 2010. He was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister following the 2013 election. In 2015, he was appointed Assistant Minister to Prime Minister Turnbull and Assistant Minister for Social Services. On 18 February 2016, he was promoted as the Minister for Human Services, also retaining responsibility for the introduction of the cashless welfare debit card, drug and gambling policy. He served as the Minister for Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs in December 2017 and was appointed Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population in August 2018 under the Morrison government. Prior to entering Parliament, Mr Tudge had a successful career in business, spending several years with the Boston Consulting Group in Australia, Malaysia and New York, and running his own advisory business. He also spent several years as the deputy director of Noel Pearson's Cape York Institute where he oversaw the development of a large welfare reform agenda. Mr Tudge is a co-founder of Teach for Australia, a national non-profit organisation which targets top graduates from non-teacher faculties and fast-tracks them into teaching in disadvantaged schools. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts from Melbourne University (where he was Student President), and an MBA from Harvard University.
Bio last updated 27 Aug 2018

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Positions - Current

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure & Population
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2018
Member for Aston, Victoria
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2010
Member
Liberal Party of Australia
Liberal Party of Australia
2010

Positions - Previous

PositionCompanyYearCompany's current rankWA staff
Minister for Citizenship & Multicultural Affairs
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2017 - 2018
Minister for Human Services
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2016 - 2017
Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2015 - 2016
Assistant Minister for Social Services
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2015 - 2016
Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister
Parliament of Australia
Parliament of Australia
2013 - 2015

Roles

2018
Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure & Population
2010
Member for Aston, Victoria
Year started and most recent title

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