Katherine Margaret Ellis is an Australian politician, representing the Division of Adelaide in the Australian House of Representatives for the Australian Labor Party since 2004. She served in multiple portfolios in the outer ministry of the 2007–13 federal Labor government and has been in shadow cabinet since. In March 2017 Ellis announced that she would step down from shadow cabinet as of the next reshuffle and leave parliament at the next federal election.
|Born:||Sept 22, 1977, Melbourne, Victoria|
|Political party:||Australian Labor Party|
|Twitter:||Kate Ellis's Twitter profile|
About Kate Ellis
Australian Labor Party politician. In 2004, she began representing Adelaide in the Australian Parliament.
She studied international relations at Flinders University, where she was secretary of the Students' Association and editor of the Empire Times.
She was the youngest person in history to serve as Minister for Youth and Minister for Sport.
She married News Limited journalist David Penberthy.
She was appointed a Minister in the Australian government by Kevin Rudd.
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