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Curtis Pitt Queensland Minister for Disabilites, Mental Health and Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Parterships Incumbent Assumed office  21 Feburary 2011 Preceded by Desley Boyle (Partnerships} Annastacia Palaszczuk (Disabilites) Curtis Warren Pitt (born 1 February 1977) is an Australian politician. He has been a Labor member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly since 2009, representing the district of Mulgrave. Contents 1 Early life 2 Career 3 Other 4 References Early life Pitt was born and raised in Gordonvale in Far North Queensland. He completed his secondary education at St Mary’s College in Woree. He has a Bachelor of Arts (Politics) from James Cook University. His father, Warren Pitt, was the member for Mulgrave from 1989 to 1995, when he was defeated by the National Party's Naomi Wilson, and again from 1998 to 2009. Career Prior to announcing his intention to run for parliament, Pitt was head of the Queensland Government's Indigenous Jobs and Enterprises Taskforce. He had previously led the government's business and skilled migration program. Other Pitt was an Auxiliary Firefighter with the Queensland Fire and Rescue Service. He is a member of Lions Clubs International and Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Support Queensland.[1] References ^ Australian Labor Party Queensland Branch (2009). "Curtis Pitt Candidate For Mulgrave". http://www.qld.alp.org.au/01_cms/details.asp?ID=463. Retrieved 25 February 2009.  v · d · eCurrent Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly Labor (51) Julie Attwood  · Anna Bligh  · Desley Boyle  · Michael Choi  · Peta-Kaye Croft  · Vicky Darling  · Cameron Dick  · Di Farmer  · Simon Finn  · Andrew Fraser  · Grace Grace  · Stirling Hinchliffe  · Paul Hoolihan  · Jan Jarratt  · Mandy Johnstone  · Kate Jones  · Margaret Keech  · Betty Kiernan  · Steve Kilburn  · Peter Lawlor  · Paul Lucas  · Carolyn Male  · John Mickel  · Jo-Ann Miller  · Evan Moorhead  · Tim Mulherin  · Lindy Nelson-Carr  · Rachel Nolan  · Jason O'Brien  · Mary-Anne O'Neill  · Annastacia Palaszczuk  · Curtis Pitt  · Phil Reeves  · Neil Roberts  · Stephen Robertson  · Mark Ryan  · Robert Schwarten  · Desley Scott  · Kerry Shine  · Christine Smith  · Judy Spence  · Barbara Stone  · Karen Struthers  · Carryn Sullivan  · Lillian van Litsenburg  · Craig Wallace  · Murray Watt  · Dean Wells  · Wayne Wendt  · Steve Wettenhall  · Geoff Wilson LNP (32) Ros Bates  · Jarrod Bleijie  · Michael Crandon  · Andrew Cripps  · Tracy Davis  · Jack Dempsey  · Steve Dickson  · Alex Douglas  · Peter Dowling  · Glen Elmes  · Scott Emerson  · Bruce Flegg  · David Gibson  · Howard Hobbs  · Ray Hopper  · Mike Horan  · Vaughan Johnson  · Shane Knuth  · John-Paul Langbroek  · Mark McArdle  · Ted Malone  · Rosemary Menkens  · Tim Nicholls  · Andrew Powell  · Ian Rickuss  · Mark Robinson  · Jeff Seeney  · Fiona Simpson  · Ted Sorensen  · Lawrence Springborg  · Ray Stevens  · Jann Stuckey Independents (5) Liz Cunningham  · Chris Foley  · Rob Messenger  · Dorothy Pratt  · Peter Wellington Qld Party (1) Aidan McLindon Persondata Name Pitt, Curtis Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1 February 1977 Place of birth Date of death Place of death