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Resch, Victoria

Born
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Occupation
Psychologist

Summary

Victoria Resch ran for election once only, and is a successful professional. In 1991, she was encouraged by Richard Jones, MLC and Elisabeth Kirkby, MLC to stand in Vaucluse (New South Wales Legislative Assembly) for the Democrats in order to maximise the vote for the upper house. She was interviewed on the Ray Martin Show and appeared in a large "Meet the Democrats" meeting within days of nominating. Victoria Resch was born in Sydney, educated at Abbotsleigh School, Wahroonga and at the Universities of NSW (B.A. (Hons)) and Macquarie. In her youth she played a number of roles on television and through this, knew Elisabeth Kirkby. She has been a psychologist in private practice in the eastern suburbs of Sydney for more than twenty years and has one daughter.

Sources used to compile this entry: Victoria Resch, 15 August 2005.

Annette Alafaci

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