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Ley, Sussan Penelope (1961 - )

Born
14 December 1961
Occupation
Parliamentarian

Summary

A member of the Liberal Party of Australia, Sussan Ley was elected to the House of Representatives of the Parliament of Australia, representing the electorate of Farrer, New South Wales, on 10th November 2001. She was re-elected in 2004, 2007 and 2010.

Details

Ley's experience includes: working as an air traffic controller at both Mascot and Tullarmarine airports, she has her commercial and aerial stock mustering pilot license. Since 1986 she has helped on the family farm.
After obtaining a degree in Economics and her Masters in Taxation and Accounting, Ley worked at the Albury Branch of the Australian Taxation Office as Director, Technical Technical Training.
Married to a fourth generation family farmer, they have three children.

Sources used to compile this entry: Country Liberals, 'Sussan Ley: Liberal for Farrer', http://www.countryliberals.com/sussanley/sussanley.html; NSW Liberal Party, 'Farrer: Sussan Ley', http://www.nsw.liberal.org.au/campaigns/candidates/ley.cfm.

Anne Heywood

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