Before entering the NSW Legislative Council in February 2005, Greg Donnelly was a full-time official of the Shop, Distributive and Allied Employees’ Association NSW Branch (Shop Assistants Union). He commenced with the union in 1986 and worked in a number of roles including branch secretary for nine years before entering Parliament.
Greg is a Member of the NSW Legislative Council and was re-elected at the recent state election. He sits on six Parliamentary Committees - General Purpose Standing Committee 3, Law and Justice, Social Issues, Independent Commission Against Corruption, Procedure and Privileges. He is Duty MLC for the electorates of Manly, Hornsby and Clarence.
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