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The AICC(WA) and Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) Annual Event featuring The Hon Roger Cook MLA, Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; Mental Health, Government of Western Australia
Business Breakfast

WHEN:
Wednesday 6 December 2017
6.45am for a 7am start to 9am
WHERE:
State Reception Centre, Fraser Ave Kings Park
TICKETS:
AICC (WA) Sponsors, Members & WAHTN Members/Partners - Single Seat - incl gst : $55
AICC(WA) Sponsors, Members & WAHTN Members/Partners - Table of 10 - incl gst : $540
Non AICC(WA) Sponsors, Members & WAHTN Members/Partners - Single Seat - incl gst : $85
Non AICC(WA) Sponsors, Members & WAHTN Members/Partners - Table of 10 - incl gst : $840
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The AICC(WA) and Western Australian Health Translation Network (WAHTN) Annual Event

featuring

The Hon Roger Cook MLA, Deputy Premier; Minister for Health; Mental Health

who will be delivering an address on behalf of the Western Australian State Government

followed by an informal discussion led by 

the Chief Scientist of WA, Professor Peter Klinken AC

To view the full PDF invitation CLICK HERE

Hon. Roger Cook MLA is the Deputy Premier of Western Australia.  With oversight of two key portfolios in health and mental health, Roger has been a member of the LegislativeAssembly since 2008, representing the seat of Kwinana.

Prior to entering politics Roger studied Arts and Public Administration at Murdoch University before completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Public Relations and a Master of Business Administration at Curtin University.  He was active in campus politics and established the National Union of Students as its first National President.

After completing his studies Roger worked for a number of Federal and State Members of Parliament including Jim McGinty, Stephen Smith and Senator Chris Evans in policy and electorate officer roles.

Roger is passionate about Aboriginal issues and served as the Chief Executive Officer of a number of Aboriginal Land Councils as their Chief Executive Officer, along with a communications role assisting industry and government to reach agreement with Aboriginal Native Title groups.   He was previously the National President of Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation.

Roger is a strong advocate for health and fitness, competing in regular triathlons, marathons and rides for muscular dystrophy along with the walk for diabetes.  He is an avid supporter of the Western Force and Fremantle Dockers.

Roger Cook was born and raised in Western Australia.  He lives with his wife Carly in Wellard, and has two adult children.

To learn more about Roger Cook, or to read his inaugural speech to the Parliament of Western Australia, follow this link:

http://www.parliament.wa.gov.au/parliament/memblist.nsf/WAllMembersFlat/Cook,+Roger+Hugh?opendocument

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