- Parliamentary service
- Elected to the House of Representatives for Bendigo, Victoria, 2013. Re-elected 2016 and 2019.
- Committee service
- Joint Statutory: Public Accounts and Audit from 4.12.2013 to 18.3.2014; Public Works from 23.7.2019.
- House of Representatives Standing: Health from 4.12.2013 to 9.5.2016; Petitions from 4.12.2013 to 9.5.2016; Employment, Education and Training from 22.7.2019 (Deputy Chair from 31.7.2019); Petitions from 22.7.2019.
- House of Representatives Select: Regional Development and Decentralisation from 13.6.2017 to 28.6.2018; Regional Australia from 29.7.2019 to 4.12.2019.
- Parliamentary party positions
- Shadow Assistant Minister for Workplace Relations from 23.7.2016 to 2.6.2019.
- Shadow Assistant Minister for Rural and Regional Australia from 23.7.2016 to 2.6.2019.
- Party positions
- President of the Australian Labor Party Women's Affairs Policy Committee (Vic.) from 2005 to 2009.
- Member of the Australian Labor Party Administrative Committee (Vic.) from 2005.
- Delegate to the Australian Labor Party State Conference (Vic.) from 2005.
- Delegate to the Australian Labor Party National Conference from 2012.
- Born 11.2.1980, Wentworthville, Australia
- Qualifications and occupation before entering Federal Parliament
- BA (University of Queensland).
- Union secretary, University of Queensland 2002.
- Women's office, National Union of Students 2003.
- Lead Organiser, United Voice 2003-13.
- Name: Bendigo
- Location: The Division of Bendigo consists of: Greater Bendigo City Council, Mount Alexander Shire Council, part of the Macedon Ranges Shire Council, and part of the Mitchell Shire Council.
- Area: 5,496 Sq km
- Electors enrolled: 112,755 (at 13.6.2019)
- Industries: Administrative, commercial and educational. Farming, agricultural and viticultural, gold mining and other extractive industries.