Federal Women's Committee of the Liberal Party of Australia

Federal Women's Committee of the Liberal Party of Australia

The Federal Women's Committee of the Liberal Party of Australia was formed in August 1945 at the inaugural meeting of the party's Federal Council. That year the influenctial lobby group The Australian Women's National League merged with the Liberal Party, and as a result the Federal Constitution for the Party made specific provisions for the roles women would play in the party. In October 1946, the constitution established the Federal Women's Committee as a structural feature of the Party.

Chairmen / Presidents

* 1945-46: Miss Margaret Battye WA
* 1947: Miss Roberta Gallagher NSW
* 1948: Mrs W. S. Lettice QLD
* 1949: Mrs M. Hodgson VIC
* 1950: Miss Millie Best MBE TAS
* 1951: Mrs (later Lady) Kathleen Sandover OBE JP WA
* 1952: Mrs (later Dame) Marie Breen VIC
* 1953: Mrs (later Lady) Kathleen Sandover OBE JP WA
* 1954: Hon Eileen Furley OBE NSW
* 1955: Mrs (later Lady) Elizabeth Wilson CBE SA
* 1956: Miss Millie Best MBE TAS
* 1957: Mrs (later Dame) Audrey Reader VIC
* 1958: Mrs M. Gordon OBE QLD
* 1959: Mrs (later Hon) Eileen Furley OBE NSW
* 1960: Mrs (later Dame) Mabel Miller TAS
* 1961: Mrs (later Lady) Elizabeth Wilson CBE SA
* 1963-64: Miss Iris Hyde NSW
* 1965: Mrs (later Dame) Mabel Miller TAS
* 1966-67: Mrs V Blogg MBE
* 1967-70: Mrs Noelene Wheeler QLD
* 1970-71: Mrs Margaret Daniel SA
* 1971-72: Mrs Eileen Parr TAS
* 1972-73: Mrs Audrey McKenna WA
* 1973-74: Mrs Yvonne McComb QLD
* 1974-76: Mrs (later Dame) Beryl Beaurepaire VIC
* 1976-77: Mrs Althea McTaggart WA
* 1977-80: Mrs Maureen Giddings NSW
* 1980-85: Mrs Elizabeth Grant AM ACT
* 1985-86: Mrs Cassie Solomon QLD
* 1986-88: Ms (later Hon) Trish Worth (MHR) SA
* 1988-90: Ms Nia Stavropoulos Tilley ACT
* 1990-94: Mrs (later Hon) Joan Hall (MHA) SA
* 1994-97: Mrs Chris McDiven NSW
* 1997-99: Ms Penny Reader Harris SA
* 1999: Mrs Deirdre Flint TAS

External links

* [http://www.liberal.org.au/documents/fwc_history.pdf#search=%22%22Dame%20Audrey%20Reader%22%22 History of the FWC]
* [http://www.womenaustralia.info/biogs/AWE0807b.htm Australian Women's Archives entry]


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