Shadow Minister for Families and Children
Shadow Minister for Prevention of Family Violence
Shadow Minister for Housing
Member for Southern Metropolitan Region
Georgie Crozier was elected as Liberal Member for Southern Metropolitan Region at the 2010 Victorian State election.
In the previous Coalition Government, Georgie was Parliamentary Secretary for Health and Chair of the Legislative Council Standing Committee for Legal and Social Issues.
She was also the Chair of the Family and Community Development Committee, which undertook the major Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Child Abuse by Religious and other non-Government organisations. Georgie tabled the 'Betrayal of Trust Report' in the Victorian Parliament on 13 November 2013.
Georgie grew up in far Western Victoria,but has lived in her electorate of Southern Metropolitan Region for most of her adult life. Prior to entering Parliament Georgie spent 25 Years working in the private and public sector in business, health and health related industries.
A former nurse and midwife, Georgie completed her general nurse training at the Alfred Hospital followed by midwifery training at the Royal Women's Hospital. She holds a Bachelor of Nursing and Graduate Certificate in Diabetes Education from Deakin University and a Certificate in Management and Leadership from Swinburne University.
Georgie spent 15 years working and developing comprehensive management guidelines in the area of acute care and chronic disease. In 2000, she was recruited into the corporate sector to establish the health division and provide industry expertise for a private recruitment firm with clients in a range of industry sectors.
After the election loss in 2014, Georgie was promoted to the front bench as a Shadow Minister. Georgie's Shadow Ministerial responsibilities are Families and Children, which includes Child Protection, Youth Justice, Early Education and Community Services, the Prevention of Family Violence, and Housing. These Portfolio responsibilities deal with some of Victoria's most vulnerable members of the community.