Dee Ryall

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Dee Ryall
Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
for Ringwood
Assumed office
29 November 2014
Preceded by New seat
Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
for Mitcham
In office
27 November 2010 – 29 November 2014
Preceded by Tony Robinson
Succeeded by Seat abolished
Personal details
Born (1967-06-16) 16 June 1967 (age 50)
Political party Liberal Party of Australia

Deanne Sharon "Dee" Ryall (born 16 June 1967) is an Australian politician and current member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly representing the electorate of Mitcham for the Liberal Party of Australia from 2010 to 2014 and Ringwood thereafter.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Ryall grew up in Blackburn North, Victoria, where she attended and gained her Higher School Certificate from Blackburn High School. Ryall completed her Certificate of Nursing at The Alfred Hospital in 1988 and in 1991 completed a Bachelor of Nursing from La Trobe University.

In 1995, Dee started her own business and launched three business startups, prior to her political career The most recent being the development of a governance software program used widely through Australia.

She was involved in business for 15 years consulting to organisations of all sizes. As a specialist in management systems, a senior auditor, and entrepreneur

Political career[edit]

Ryall contested the 2010 Victorian State election in the marginal electorate of Mitcham in metropolitan Melbourne, representing the Liberal Party, winning 52.90% of the vote after preferences had been distributed. Mitcham had been held by Brumby Government Minister Tony Robinson on a margin of 2%.


  1. ^ Jenkins, Melissa (28 November 2010) Dee Ryall promises to listen in Mitcham; Sydney Morning Herald

External links[edit]

Victorian Legislative Assembly
Preceded by
Tony Robinson
Member for Mitcham
New seat Member for Ringwood