|Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
7 March 2007
|Preceded by||John Taylor|
|Born||21 January 1971|
|Political party||Democratic Unionist Party|
|Alma mater||Queen's University, Belfast|
She was educated at Methodist College Belfast and graduated from Queen's University, Belfast with a Masters in Irish Politics and a Certificate in Education. McIlveen is a former teacher at Grosvenor Grammar School before working for the family business in Newtownards. Her constituency office is based at 1 Bridge Street Link, Comber.
As culture minister, McIlveen denied the Ulster Scots and museums budgets would be "pillaged" to pay for the UK city of culture in 2013. 
- Ards Borough Council
- "The Londonberry Sentinel - Scots won’t be pillaged for City of Culture". The Londonberry Sentinel. The Londonberry Sentinel. Retrieved August 27, 2012.
|Northern Ireland Assembly|
John Taylor, Baron Kilclooney
|MLA for Strangford
|Party political offices|
|Party Secretary of the Democratic Unionist Party
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