Stay Connected with Alan Tudge (OH ’88)
Alan Tudge (OH ’88) was elected to the Federal Parliament in the seat of Aston in Melbourne’s outer east in 2010 . He was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister following the 2013 election and in 2015 was appointed as Assistant Minister to Prime Minister Turnbull and Assistant Minister for Social Services. In 2016 he was appointed Minister for Human Services.
Prior to entering parliament, Alan 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. He also spent several years as the Deputy Director of Noel Person’s Cape York Institute where he oversaw the development of a large welfare reform agenda which included the introduction of conditional welfare payments and a sharper focus on home ownership and improved education.
Alan and his family are actively involved in their local community, including as Chairman of the Knox Red Shield appeal, Patron of the Knox Cancer Council Relay for Life, involvement in his local church, local Lions and honorary Rotarian. He is a proud supporter and sponsor of numerous sporting clubs and other non-profits. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) and Bachelor of Arts from Melbourne University (where he was Student President) and an MBA from Harvard University.
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