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Biography

Lucy Muringo Gichuhi (née Munyiri) (born 23 September 1962) is a Senator for South Australia.

Lucy was born in Kenya and migrated to Australia with her husband and three young daughters in 1999. She has worked as an accountant and an international student's liaison officer before returning to University (UniSA) to complete a Bachelor of Law.

She was admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia as a lawyer and volunteered with the Women's Legal Services. Lucy was inaugurated to the Federal Senate in May 2017.

In February 2018, Lucy joined the Liberal Party. Since then, she has taken a leading role as Chair of Education Committee and Employment Legislation Committee and Deputy Chair of Education and Employment References Committee.

As a leader and Senator she has said her role is to take her responsibilities seriously, showing respect and kindness to her fellow Australians.

Anthony Albanese's choice for Home Affairs portfolio.

Jun 02

The Coalition was re-elected to get on with the job of delivering a stronger economy and a secure future for all Australians. That’s exactly what we’re going to do.

To commemorate this milestone, buy the Liberal 2019 election mug.

May 31

Does Anthony Albanese get it? Not at all.

May 30

#LIVE: Australians have re-elected our Government to get back to work and get on with the job of delivering for them. Today, I’m announcing our new Ministry.

May 26

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