Jay Weatherill Premier of South Australia
Chloë Fox was elected to the Parliament of South Australia 18 March 2006. She was previously a high school teacher of English, French and History at Loreto College, Marryatville. Chloë is passionate about the electorate of Bright, where her family has lived for over 50 years.
Chloë attended Blackwood High and went on to study at the University of Adelaide. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Graduate Diploma in Education from that institution, as well as a Master of Arts degree from City University, London. Chloë worked as a journalist for three and a half years at The Advertiser. In 1997, she moved to France where she worked at ELLE online and then for UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation). On her return to Australia, Chloë retrained as a teacher in 2001, wanting to pursue a profession that gave more back to the community.
In March 2009, Chloë was elected as Parliamentary Secretary to the Premier. In October 2011, Chloë was appointed as Minister for Transport Services. Chloë enjoys reading, swimming, travelling and playing badminton (which she is not very good at, but enjoys nevertheless).
Chloë lives locally in the electorate at Brighton and is very passionate about working for, and supporting, the residents in the Bright electorate.
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