- Member for Ramsay
- Minister for Communities and Social Inclusion
- Minister for Social Housing
- Minister for the Status of Women
- Minister for Ageing
- Minister for Multicultural Affairs
- Minister for Youth
- Minister for Volunteers
Zoe Bettison was elected to the South Australian Parliament as the Member for Ramsay on February 11, 2012. She has a longstanding interest in education, training and business investment. Participation in the economy for all South Australians is a key driver for her interest in politics.
Born in Whyalla, Zoe lived in Gawler and Kapunda where she attended Kapunda High School. She now lives in Salisbury with her young son.
She has a BA from Flinders University and a MBA from the University of Adelaide. Prior to her election Zoe worked for an iconic Australian tourism operator and was a director of a public affairs company.
Zoe became a Minister following the 2014 state election and since then has worked on progressing the South Australian Government’s reform agenda on ageing, multicultural affairs, social housing and youth.
Alexander Maurice Ramsay (1914-1978) was General Manager of the South Australian Housing Trust for 25 years, prominent in community affairs and devoted his talents to the improvement of South Australian life. Area: approx. 24.4km2 Location: To the north of the Adelaide area, largely residential and includes the Parafield Airport and the City of Salisbury. History: Created at the 1983 redistribution.