Trish Doyle MP is the Shadow  minister for women and the prevention of domestic and family violence.

Trish grew up in country NSW, trained as a school teacher, then worked in schools throughout Sydney’s west. Always an activist, Trish moved onto working in women’s services and advocated strongly for changes to domestic violence and sexual assault laws. She was the founding Co-ordinator of the NSW Women’s Information & Referral Service.

Since her election in 2015, Trish has campaigned for improved public transport services, the protection of our World Heritage listed local environment, and better public health and education services and infrastructure.