Judith Graley was elected in 2006 to represent the electorate of Narre Warren South and was re-elected in 2010 and again in 2014. Before being elected to Parliament, Judith worked as a secondary school teacher and taught at Melbourne University. She has also been a councillor and mayor and has carried her strong sense of community with her into her role as the Labor Member for Narre Warren South.
Her achievements for the Narre Warren South electorate include:
- The opening of several new primary and secondary schools, including Alkira Secondary College, Nossal High School and Berwick Chase Primary School.
- Around $500 million invested in new road upgrades in Casey, including duplication projects for Clyde, Narre Warren-Cranbourne and Hallam roads.
- New Special Care Nursery at Casey Hospital;
- Upgrades to public transport facilities, including more car parking at Hallam, Berwick and Merinda Park stations;
- Many local community focused projects such as the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden at Berwick Fields Primary School, new community tennis courts at Narre Warren South and an extension to the Berwick Springs Park Pavilion.
Judith is married to Stephen Graley and they have three children together.