Emma Davidson MLA is a Member for Murrumbidgee, elected in 2020.
A member of the ACT Greens, Emma is the Minister for Disability, Minister for Justice Health, Minister for Mental Health and Assistant Minister for Seniors, Veterans, Families and Community Services.
Emma has lived in the suburbs of Murrumbidgee for most of the past 25 years and is passionate about giving back to her community and working for a healthy, happy, safe future for all.
She has a wealth of experience, having worked in the community sector for many years. She has previously been the Convenor at Women’s Electoral Lobby, a Woden Valley Community Council committee member and Secretary at Pearce Community Centre.
Emma has worked in social research and advocacy at the Women's Centre for Health Matters and at Equality Rights Alliance, managed online communications for the Australian Medical Association, been Director of Information Management at Navy, worked in private sector software development, owned and managed a small retail business, and spent seven years working at Centrelink.
She is committed to making sure we have the right infrastructure for our communities as the population grows and the climate changes. This includes schools, healthcare, sports, and arts facilities and a highly effective and accessible public transport network, as well as universal access to safe, secure, sustainable and affordable housing.
Emma is a sports enthusiast and an active volunteer in community and sports groups.
As Assistant Minister for Families and Community Services Emma is responsible for:
- Community Recovery and Emergency Relief
- Veterans and their families
- Youth Justice
Assistant Minister for Seniors, Veterans, Families and Community Services
GPO Box 1020
Canberra ACT 2601
Phone (02) 6205 1941