National Executive

The National Executive is the chief administrative authority of the Australian Labor Party, subject only to Labor's National Conference.

The National Executive is responsible for carrying out the decisions of National Conferences and administering the party between conferences amongst other specific roles as defined by the National Constitution. It meets at least three times a year.

National Executive is made up of the National President and National Vice Presidents (who are directly elected by Labor members), the Leader of the Federal Parliamentary Labor Party, the President of Australian Young Labor, the National Secretary and 20 members elected by National Conference.

The members of Australian Labor's National Executive are:

  • Mark Butler (National President)*
  • Tim Hammond (National Senior Vice President)*
  • Jane Garrett (National Junior Vice President)*
  • George Wright (National Secretary)*
  • Bill Shorten (Leader, Federal Parliamentary Labor Party)
  • Edward McDougall (Australian Young Labor President)*
  • Anthony Albanese
  • Tim Ayres
  • Chris Brown
  • Kim Carr
  • Jamie Clements
  • Russ Collison
  • Stephen Conroy
  • Gerard Dwyer
  • Nadine Flood
  • David Gray
  • Tim Kennedy
  • Sue Lines
  • Peter Malinauskas
  • Claire Moore
  • Tara Moriarty
  • Charis Mullen
  • Michael Ravbar
  • Michelle Roberts
  • Shannon Threlfall-Clarke
  • Linda White

*Non-voting members

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