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Ritchie, Eda Natalie Sandford

Occupation
Political candidate

Summary

Eda Ritchie stood as a candidate for the Liberal Party in the Legislative Assembly seat of Warrnambool at the Victorian state election, which was held on 1 October 1988.

Details

Eda Ritchie has been a member of the Council of the University of Melbourne since 2004 and a member of the Melbourne University Publishing Board.
Mrs Ritchie has a farming and business background and has worked in natural resource management and coastal strategic planning. She has a record of strong commitment to the community through local government, the arts and as Trustee of the R E Ross Philanthropic Trust.

She was a member of Environment Conservation Council whose recommendations on Marine Parks have been adopted by Victorian Government, a member of the Trust for Nature Board and chairperson of the Western Region Coastal Board. She is chair of Rural Ambulance Victoria, and a member of the Rural Finance Board.

Rosemary Francis

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