Emma Husar is a passionate campaigner for domestic violence survivors, disability care, eduction system reform and equality for Indigenous Australians and women.
She has dedicated her life to advocacy, the not for profit sector and education. She is currently studying an MBA and was the 1152nd Member elected to the Australian Parliament, House of Representatives.
Prior to entering Parliament she studied Primary School teaching and worked in the not for profit sector. In her spare time she has been a board member at the Luke Priddis Foundation, committee chair for the homelessness interagency, president for her local ALP branch, NSW Labor Administrative Committee Member, secretary of the Labor Caucus Status of Women Committee, president of the school P&C, community volunteer and chair of the local Livvis Place committee. She remains passionate about improving lives for everyone.
She is a single Mum to three children aged 17, 12 and 11, one of whom has Autism Spectrum Disorder.