|Member of the Australian Parliament
12 August 2000 – 17 October 2007
|Preceded by||Greg Wilton|
|Succeeded by||Mark Dreyfus|
21 September 1951 |
|Political party||Australian Labor Party|
Ann Kathleen Corcoran (born 21 September 1951), an Australian politician, was an Australian Labor Party member of the House of Representatives from 12 August 2000 to the 2007 election, representing the Division of Isaacs, Victoria.
She was born in Melbourne, Victoria, and was educated at Swinburne College of Technology (now Swinburne University) and Monash University. Her father, Robert Corcoran, a published author, was a leading figure in the ALP split of 1955, giving evidence to the Federal Executive in favour of federal leader H.V. Evatt. She was an accountant and business manager for a local private school before entering politics.
She has acted as Student Ombudsman at Monash University since November 2007 (appointed by the University Council in early 2009).
- Robert Corcoran (1997), The Longman dictionary of politics, civics & environment, Melbourne, Addison Wesley Longman Australia
- Robert Corcoran and Jackie Dickenson (2010), A Dictionary of Australian Politics, Allen and Unwin, Crows Nest, NSW
- Robert Murray (1970), The Split. Australian Labor in the fifties, Cheshire, Melbourne, p.202
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|Member for Isaacs
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