The Hon Alan Tudge MP

The Hon Alan Tudge MP

Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister

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The Hon Alan Tudge MP is the Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister and the Assistant Minister for Social Services.

Prior to his election as the Member for Aston in 2010, Tudge spent most of his career in business, including several years with the Boston Consulting Group in Australia, Malaysia and New York, and running his own advisory business. He was also Senior Adviser to former Education Minister Brendan Nelson and Foreign Minister Alexander Downer.

In addition, Alan Tudge spent several years as the Deputy Director of Noel Pearson’s Cape York Institute where he oversaw the design of the Welfare Reform program as well as a number of other initiatives. 

Alan Tudge holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) and Arts from the University of Melbourne, where he was student president. He also holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from Harvard University.

His first ministerial appointment was Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister, which he held for two years until September 2015, before transitioning to his current roles.

He is a keen sportsman and proud North Melbourne supporter, and lives in Wantirna South with his wife, Teri, and their two daughters.

The Hon Alan Tudge MP is the Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister.

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