- 7 June 1892
Captains Flat, New South Wales, Australia
- 6 March 1976
Camberwell, Victoria, Australia
- Parliamentarian, Political candidate and Women's rights activist
- Alternative Names
- Filshie, Ivy Lavinia (maiden name)
Ivy Lavinia Weber was the first woman to be elected to the Victorian parliament in a general election in 1937. She stood as an endorsed candidate for the Women Electors' League of Victoria for the seat of Nunawading. As an active member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, she was encouraged to stand for parliament as an independent candidate to represent women. She was re-elected on two occasions, but resigned her state seat in 1943 to contest the federal seat of Henty as part of the League of Women Voters Women for Canberra Movement. She was unsuccessful on that occasion and in 1945 when she again stood for state parliament. She retired from politics after the second defeat.