CPA Treasurer

Hon. Vicki Dunne, MLA
CPA Treasurer
Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Australian Capital Territory

Hon. Vicki Dunne, MLA is the Treasurer for the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) and as an Officer of the Association, she is a member of the CPA International Executive Committee.

Hon. Vicki Dunne has been involved in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) for a number of years serving for three years on the Executive Committee, attending many CPA conferences and also holding the position of Acting Treasurer.

First elected in 2001, she has held many different positions in the Legislative Assembly including Shadow Attorney General and Opposition Whip; and various shadow ministerial portfolios including Family and Community Services; Nature Conservation and Water; Industrial Relations; Women; the Arts; Education and Training; Environment, Climate Change and Water; Heritage; Infrastructure and Regional Services; Planning and Environment; Police and Emergency Services; Transport. Between 2012 and 2016, she was the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of the Australian Capital Territory and she is currently the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly.  

Hon. Vicki Dunne holds a BA and Dip Ed in Languages and History from the University of New England, Armidale. Her interests include: Radio, sailing, travel, reading and cinema.


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The Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA) is one of the oldest established organisations in the Commonwealth. The CPA, founded in 1911, is a membership association which brings together Members, irrespective of gender, race, religion or culture, who are united by community of interest, respect for the rule of law and individual rights and freedoms, and by the pursuit of the positive ideals of parliamentary democracy. The Association is made up of over 180 Branches across the nine regions of the Commonwealth. It offers a vast opportunity for Parliamentarians and parliamentary staff to collaborate on issues of mutual interest and to share good practice. 

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