Member, Deputy Leader since 2019 / Liberal Party WA
William (Bill) Marmion is the deputy leader of the opposition in Western Australia. He was elected to the position in June 2019, following the resignation of Dr Mike Nahan and the election of Liza Harvey as leader. Mr Marmion has been the Liberal Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Western Australia since 2008, representing the seat of Nedlands. He served as a minister in the government of Colin Barnett from 2010 to 2017 where he held portfolios in transport, innovation, state development, finance, mines and petroleum, water, environment, housing, science and innovation, and commerce. Prior to entering politics, Mr Marmion was a civil engineer for Main Roads Western Australia, a VFM auditor for the state government's auditor-general, and had his own strategic planning business. He was also president of the state branch of Engineers Australia for three years.