Tracy Davis is the local member for Aspley and Minister for Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.
Tracy was first elected to the Queensland Parliament in 2009 and following her re-election in 2012, was appointed Minister for Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.
She previously served as Shadow Minister for Public Transport and Shadow Minister for Child Safety, Disability Services and Mental Health.
Tracy has also been a member of a number of parliamentary committees including the Health and Disabilities Committee and Economic Development Committee.
As the Minister for Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services, Tracy is committed to improving the lives of some of Queensland’s most vulnerable people.
Since becoming Minister, there have been significant achievements in her portfolio. These include: the apology for forced adoptions; record investment in the state disability budget; signing the Heads of Agreement to roll out the National Disability Insurance Scheme in Queensland; releasing the Social and Human Services Blueprint: Investing in Queenslanders 2014–19; and leading the Government’s implementation of the recommendations of the Queensland Child Protection Commission of Inquiry.
Prior to entering politics, Tracy established a small business that designed and manufactured kitchens.
Tracy is married with three adult children.
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The Queensland Government continues to deliver on its commitment to revitalise frontline services, particularly when it comes to supporting the state’s most vulnerable people.
The results outlined below show we are making great progress towards enabling vulnerable Queenslanders to improve their lives.