Email Josh Willie, member for Elwick
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Member for Elwick
[/vc_column_text][pullquote cite=”Josh Willie, Joint parlimentary inquiry into gaming in Tasmania” id=”” class=”” style=””]“Working as a teacher in the community, you are exposed to family stories of problem gambling and you observe hardship. It is incredibly sad when children are involved.”[/pullquote][vc_column_text](From his website): Josh lives in the northern suburbs of Hobart with his family and is a strong voice for the people.
Josh is a proud University of Tasmania alumnus. He has a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Political Science and Journalism and a Bachelor of Teaching.
Prior to entering Parliament, Josh was a dedicated and hardworking primary school teacher. During his time in public education, Josh held several leadership positions including Acting Advance Skills Teacher and at the time of his election, Josh was an upper primary school teacher in the northern suburbs of Hobart.[/vc_column_text][pullquote cite=”Josh Willie, Joint parlimentary inquiry into gaming in Tasmania” id=”” class=”” style=””]“We are talking to pub owners, licensees, employees, other small businesses and
community members in the context of the recommendations and the evidence
from the inquiry.”[/pullquote][vc_column_text]Josh has a history of community involvement including mentoring young people at risk with Whitelion, fundraising for legacy scholarships with The Smith Family and mentoring with the UTAS YoungMILE Young Migrant Leadership Program.
Josh is a passionate public education advocate, AEU member and former workplace representative. Josh is a proud HASCU member with a genuine interest in the community sector.
Josh believes education is fundamental in achieving the best possible opportunities for Tasmanian communities. In his role as Shadow Minister for Education and Early Years, Josh is striving to improve outcomes for current and future generations of Tasmanians.
In his roles as Shadow Minister for Child Safety and Shadow Minister for Youth Affairs Josh is dedicated to working alongside key stakeholders and community organisations to improve the lives of young Tasmanians.
Josh has previously held the shadow portfolios of Shadow Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing and Shadow Minister for Corrections, during which Josh earned the respect of stakeholders for genuine desire to create and progress change in Tasmania.[/vc_column_text][blockquote cite=”Josh Willie, Joint parlimentary inquiry into gaming in Tasmania” id=”” class=”” style=””]“The Tasmanian people want us to get this right.”[/blockquote][/vc_column][vc_column css_animation=”none” fade_animation=”in-from-right” fade_animation_offset=”45px” width=”1/2″ id=”” class=”” style=””][gap size=”5em” id=”” class=”” style=””][wpforms id=”4071″ title=”false” description=”false”][/vc_column][/vc_row]