|Member of the Queensland Parliament
17 February 2001
|Preceded by||Mike Kaiser|
|Political party||Australian Labor Party|
Scott was elected to parliament at the 2001 state election, after working as an electoral officer for 16 years. She also holds a Dental Nurse Certificate.
Due to the tiny size of the ALP Caucus since the party's defeat at the 2012 election, she is a member of the Shadow Cabinet but will not become a minister as she will be retiring at the 2015 election.
Scott is married with three sons, a granddaughter and a grandson.
- Official Biography
- "Desley Scott: a pollie for good" at the Wayback Machine (archived August 20, 2006) by Faith Williams. Signs of the Times (Australian version) 120:8 (August 2005), p 7–9
|Parliament of Queensland|
|Member for Woodridge
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