|Member of the New Zealand Parliament|
for Labour party list
Assumed office |
23 September 2017
|Profession||Head of E tu Aviation|
Lubeck immigrated from the Netherlands to New Zealand in 1989, and became an international flight attendant for Air New Zealand in 1996. She joined the Flight Attendant and Related Services Association (FARSA) as a delegate and was elected as president of FARSA in 2009, serving four terms. She graduated with a law degree in 2014 after studying part-time as a foundation student of the Auckland University of Technology Law School and was admitted to the bar as barrister and solicitor of the High Court in February 2017. During her time as president of FARSA she was involved in an operational merger arrangement with New Zealand's largest private sector union, E tū, resulting in the FARSA membership endorsing an amalgamation in November 2016. Lubeck served as the lead advocate in negotiations for the major airlines servicing the New Zealand market and was part of the High Performance Engagement (HPE) Leadership Team at Air New Zealand where organised labour and management engage in a consensus-based workplace democracy programme.
|New Zealand Parliament|
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- "Successful Candidates". Electoral Commission. 23 September 2017. Archived from the original on 28 September 2017. Retrieved 30 September 2017.
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