Grant Woodhams

Grant Woodhams’s diverse career spans from politics to rural journalism. Schooled in Albany and Perth, Mr Woodhams spent most of his working life behind the microphone with the ABC Regional Radio. Previously working for the ABC in Tasmania, South Australia, New South Wales and Victoria, he took the opportunity to return to Western Australia when offered a position in the Mid West region. Mr Woodhams was the Member for Greenough and Moore from February 2005 to March 2013 and was elected Speaker of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly in November 2008. During his first term in the Legislative Assembly, Mr Woodhams's oratory style became renowned within the chamber for his adaptations of poems and songs, particularly in his budget reply speeches. He retired from politics in 2013. Mr Woodhams has taught radio and television journalism at several universities in Perth and adult literacy at the Durack Institute in Geraldton.
Bio last updated 19 Jul 2017

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Forest Products Commission
Forest Products Commission
2014 - 21

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