|MLA for Surrey-Panorama|
|Preceded by||first member|
|Succeeded by||Marvin Hunt|
|MLA for Surrey-Cloverdale|
|Preceded by||Kevin Falcon|
|Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development
of British Columbia
October 25, 2010 – March 14, 2011
|Preceded by||Ben Stewart|
|Succeeded by||Ida Chong|
|Minister of Labour, Citizens' Services and Open Government of British Columbia|
March 14, 2011 – September 26, 2011
|Succeeded by||Margaret MacDiarmid|
|Minister of Social Development of British Columbia|
September 26, 2011 – April 2013
|Preceded by||Harry Bloy|
|Succeeded by||Don McRae|
|Minister of Children and Family Development|
September 5, 2012 – Incumbent
|Preceded by||Mary McNeil|
|Born||1972/1973 (age 42–43)|
|Political party||BC Liberal|
Stephanie Cadieux (born 1972 or 1973) is a Canadian politician, who was elected as a BC Liberal Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in the 2009 provincial election, representing the riding of Surrey-Panorama. After the 2013 provincial election, Cadieux was elected in the riding of Surrey-Cloverdale. She is currently the Minister of Children and Family Development having previously served as Minister of Social Development, Minister of Labour, Citizens' Services and Open Government and Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development.
She was a member of the Select Standing Committees on Health and on Children and Youth, and a former member of the Special Committee to Review the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
Cadieux, formerly the director of marketing and development for the BC Paraplegic Association, has been a wheelchair user since a car accident at age 18. She is the second wheelchair user, following Doug Mowat, elected to the provincial legislature.
Before her life in public office, she served as the director of marketing and development for the BC Paraplegic Association and manager of accessibility for 2010 Legacies Now Society. Her leadership and resourcefulness led her to be voted one of Business in Vancouver's Top 40 Under 40 for 2007.
She has served as President of the Realwheels Society; Ambassador for the Rick Hansen Man in Motion Foundation; a researcher and member of the advisory panel for the International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD), a member of the Diversity Advisory Committee for Global BC and as a mentor with the YWCA.
She has traveled extensively including Europe, Central America, Africa and North America, some of which has been as a delegate for international development work with people with disabilities in developing countries.
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