Meet our people
I joined the Department's Environment and Resources Policy team in September 2000, after working in line agencies across the Queensland Government. I was pregnant at the time with my first child and went on maternity leave a few months later, but was thrilled to have landed a job at the hub of government.
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I joined DPC in July 2008 to take up the role of Director of the Executive Correspondence Unit (ECU). I came to the department from a similar role in the Department of Education and Training.
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I was working as Senior Standards Officer with the Department of Defence in Oakey, (Queensland) combining flying and administrative duties, when one of my colleagues pointed out a great job opportunity to me. The position was for a Chief Pilot in the Government Air Wing (GAW) of the Queensland Department of the Premier and Cabinet.
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I joined the public service in November 1984. Back then you were required to sit an exam with the Queensland Public Service Board. At the time I had the choice to work for three different departments: Police, Transport or Premiers.
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I am originally from a small city near Xian in western China (the home of the famous terracotta warriors), but I am now an Australian citizen, a Queenslander. I arrived in Australia in 2001 to take up my graduate diploma in accounting at Macquarie University, and applied for residency under the skilled migrant category.
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I always wanted to be involved in work that made a difference in the lives of those around me and assisted in making Queensland a better place to live and that made a difference in people's lives. Working in DPC has given me these opportunities.
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I have been able to gain a comprehensive understanding of how government operates on a daily basis. It has been highly rewarding to be involved in areas that work closely with the Cabinet and Executive Council processes and I have gained a greater insight into the inner workings of government that many people would never get the chance to experience.
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It has been an incredibly rewarding and fun experience. In a short couple of months, I have worked on some important projects and gained a hands-on understanding of government processes. I have also met some wonderful, inspirational people, made some new friends, and established connections with people in other departments.
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