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Senator Jordon Steele-John

Senator Jordon Steele-John

Senator for WA

Party
Australian Greens
Chamber
Senate

Seating Plan

Seating map

Electorate Office

(Principal Office)

Office 1.19, Level 1
140 William Street
Perth, WA, 6000

Telephone:
(08) 6245 3310

Parliament Office

PO Box 6100
Senate
Parliament House
Canberra ACT 2600

Telephone:
(02) 6277 3646
Fax:

Biography

Parliamentary service
  • Declared elected 10.11.2017 as a Senator for Western Australia by the High Court of Australia,vice S Ludlam (disqualified under section 44 (i) of the Constitution). Elected to the Senate for Western Australia 2019.
Committee service
  • Senate Select: Future of Work and Workers from 15.11.2017 to 19.9.2018; Autism from 27.11.2019; COVID-19 from 26.8.2021 to 7.4.2022.
  • Senate Legislative and General Purpose Standing: Rural and Regional Affairs and Transport: References from 7.12.2017 to 20.9.2018 (Substitute member from 7.12.2017 to 20.9.2018); Legal and Constitutional Affairs: References from 8.2.2018 to 28.3.2018 (Substitute member from 8.2.2018 to 28.3.2018); Finance and Public Administration: References from 15.2.2018 to 27.6.2018 (Substitute member from 15.2.2018 to 27.6.2018); Environment and Communications: References from 28.6.2018 to 27.11.2018 (Substitute member from 28.6.2018 to 27.11.2018).
  • Joint Standing: National Broadband Network from 7.12.2017 to 1.7.2019; National Disability Insurance Scheme from 15.2.2018 to 7.3.2018; National Disability Insurance Scheme from 8.3.2018 to 26.3.2018; National Disability Insurance Scheme from 27.3.2018; Electoral Matters from 16.8.2018 to 20.9.2018; Electoral Matters from 30.10.2018 to 1.11.2018; Electoral Matters from 4.3.2019 to 6.3.2019; Treaties from 22.7.2019 to 2.2.2021; Trade and Investment Growth from 21.6.2021 to 19.10.2021.
Parliamentary party positions
  • Australian Greens Spokesperson for Disability Rights and Services, Trade, Youth, Peace, Disarmament and Veterans' Affairs from 5.7.2019 to 9.9.2020.
  • Australian Greens Spokesperson on Disability Rights and Services, Youth, Trade, Peace and Disarmament (covers Defence), Nuclear and Veterans' Affairs from 9.9.2020 to 15.9.2021.
  • Australian Greens Spokesperson on Disability Rights and Services, Youth, Peace and Disarmament (covers Defence), Nuclear, Veterans' Affairs and Health (covers Dental and Mental Health) from 15.9.2021.
Personal
  • Born 14.10.1994, North Hampton, England
  • Single
Qualifications and occupation before entering Federal Parliament
  • (BA(Pol&Hist)) (Macquarie University).
  • Student.
  • Disability advocate and activist.
  • Youth advocate and activist.
Honours
  • One Young World Global Youth Politician of the Year, 2018.
  • McKinnon Prize for Emerging Political Leadership, 2019.

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