Fiona Phillips (politician)

Fiona Evon Phillips (née Boyd, born 18 February 1970)[1] is an Australian politician who has been the Labor member for Gilmore in the House of Representatives since the 2019 Australian federal election.

Fiona Phillips
Member of Parliament
for Gilmore
Assumed office
18 May 2019
Preceded byAnn Sudmalis
Personal details
Fiona Evon Boyd

(1970-02-18) 18 February 1970
Nowra, New South Wales
Political partyAustralian Labor Party
Alma materUniversity of Newcastle, University of New South Wales
OccupationBusiness operations manager
WebsiteOfficial website

Phillips was born in Nowra, and completed a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Newcastle, then worked as an industrial relations officer for a Sydney bank. She later became a business operations manager for the Department of Defence based at HMAS Albatross. She was the unsuccessful Australian Labor Party candidate for the New South Wales seat of South Coast in 2015, and unsuccessful for the federal seat of Gilmore in 2016, before being elected in Gilmore at the 2019 election, with a two-party-preferred swing of just over 3 points.[2][3][4]


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