Cameron Dick MP
Cameron Dick is the Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Investment, and has represented the state electorate of Woodridge in the Queensland Parliament since 2015.
He has previously served Queensland as the state’s Attorney-General, and has also been the Minister responsible for Industrial Relations, Education, Health and Ambulance Services, State Development and Manufacturing.
As Treasurer and a member of the Palaszczuk Government’s leadership team, he is responsible for driving economic growth and job creation across the state.
Cameron also helps lead the recovery and reconstruction of Queensland following natural disaster events as the Minister responsible for the Queensland Reconstruction Authority.
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Charis Mullen MP
Charis Mullen is the Assistant Minister for Treasury.
In May 2020, Rachel was appointed to the role of Under Treasurer, Queensland Treasury. Rachel is a former Director-General of three Queensland Government departments – the Department of Justice and Attorney-General, the Department of Education, Training and the Arts and the Department of State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning. She also served as Queensland Public Service Commissioner from 2000 to 2003. Rachel also holds the position of Deputy Chancellor of Griffith University.
Deputy Under Treasurer, Economics, Fiscal and Commercial
Leon was appointed Deputy Under Treasurer, Queensland Treasury in May 2020 with responsibility for economic, fiscal and commercial policy. Leon’s appointment came after 13 years with the Institutional Banking and Markets division of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia where he held senior leadership positions both domestically and internationally.
Deputy Under Treasurer, Policy, Performance and Corporate
Graham was appointed to the Deputy Under Treasurer role in December 2019. In this role, Graham is responsible for leading the delivery of a range of Queensland Treasury functions. Graham has more than 25 years’ experience in public policy and social science research, specialising in transportation, program development and evaluation, policy reform, and service delivery.
Commissioner of State Revenue and Registrar of the State Penalties Enforcement Registry
Mark began his public service career in Townsville in 1981 and has held a number of executive roles within the Commonwealth public service, including Deputy Commissioner of Taxation. Mark was appointed Commissioner of State Revenue in January 2020.
Kerry has more than 32 years of senior leadership and professional experience in a diverse range of roles in state and local government and the private sector. Kerry is a Registered Planner and Fellow of the Planning Institute of Australia, a Griffith University Adjunct Industry Fellow and a deputy member of the South Bank Corporation Board.
Deputy Under Treasurer, Infrastructure and Economic Resilience
Maree has worked in regional and economic development for the past 15 years across a number of Queensland Government agencies. Maree is currently responsible for development of the statewide COVID-19 Economic Recovery Plan.