WEBINAR ON DEMAND: COVID-19 Series: Q&A with Hon. Shannon Fentiman

Information and events associated with COVID-19 are rapidly changing, so CCIQ has invited the Queensland Government to keep talking with you as it continues to respond to the situation.

Listen to the Hon. Shannon Fentiman as she answers questions from concerned business owners and addresses the Queensland Government’s coronavirus response, and what more can be done to help businesses survive.

Hon Shannon Fentiman

Shannon Fentiman is Queensland’s Minister for Employment and Small Business, and Minister for Training and Skills Development.

Shannon holds a Bachelor of Laws (First Class Hons) from QUT and a Master of Laws from Melbourne University. She was admitted as a Legal Practitioner in 2007.

Shannon is committed to social justice and throughout her career has worked to improve the lives of working people. She is passionate about fighting discrimination and unfairness at work and in the community.

Prior to her election to the Queensland Parliament as the Member for Waterford, Shannon worked as a solicitor for Hall Payne Lawyers. She has considerable experience in employment law having previously worked as an industrial advocate and as a Judge's Associate in the Supreme Court of Queensland to her Honour Justice Atkinson.

Shannon has also been a board member of the Logan Women's Health and Wellbeing Centre, Secretary of the Centre Against Sexual Violence in Logan and the Duty Solicitor at the Beenleigh Neighbourhood Centre.