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Kearney, Vicki (c. 1958 - )

Born
c. 1958
Occupation
Lecturer

Summary

Vicki Kearney was a frequent Australian Greens candidate:
New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Camden 1995.
House of Representatives, Macarthur, 1996.
House of Representatives, Blaxland, By election, 1996.
House of Representatives, Werriwa, 1998.
New South Wales Legislative Assembly, Campbelltown, 1999.

Details

Vicki Kearney was a lecturer in Public Health at the Macarthur campus of the University of Western Sydney when she ran for Campbelltown in 1999. She was a strong advocate for organisational change within the health industry. She has two sons.

Sources used to compile this entry: The Chronicle, (Campbelltown) 23 March 1999.

Annette Alafaci

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