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Schultz, Gloria (1943 - )

15 March 1943
Political candidate and Public health advocate
Alternative Names
  • Betts, Gloria (maiden name)


Gloria Schultz is a one time candidate for election but has spent much of her married life involved with politics. As a Liberal party member she stood for election in 1999 to the seat of Burrinjuck in the New South Wales Legislative Assembly.


Gloria Schultz married Albert John (Albie) Schultz, (MLA 1988-98, MHR 1998-date) in 1962 and they have two sons.
She was educated at Echuca High School, Victoria, and then worked as a dental nurse for 11 years.

Gloria has campaigned for several breast cancer research foundations, and is Chairman of the Mobile Mammography Appeal. She is active in community affairs, particularly the Blind Society and the Girl Guides Association.
She has held office in the Liberal Party at branch and electorate Council level and has been a delegate to Women's and State Council.

Sources used to compile this entry: De Micheli, Catherine and Herd, Margaret (eds), Who's Who in Australia 2003, 39 edn, Crown Content, North Melbourne, 2003, 2201 pp; (accessed 1 April 2005).

Annette Alafaci

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