District Commissioner – South

Headshot of South District Commissioner Morris Iemma

The Hon. Morris Iemma

Morris Iemma served as Premier of NSW from 2005-2008. Prior to that held the ministerial portfolios of Treasury, Health, Sport and Recreation, Public Works and Services, Minister for Citizenship and Minister for State Development. During his Parliamentary career he held the seats of Hurstville and Lakemba, in the South District.

Mr Iemma is currently a board member of TAFE NSW, Chair of Miracle Babies Foundation and NSW Cancer Institute, board member of the Ingham Medical Research Institute. He has also served on the Boards of Beyond Blue, the SCG Trust and as Chair of the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District.

A long time resident of Beverley Hills and accredited Representative cricket coach, he coaches several junior teams at Kingsgrove Cricket Club in the St George Cricket Association and is coach of the NSW premiership-winning St George Moore Shield under-14s team.

The Morris Iemma Indoor Sports Centre was named in honour of him in 2011.

In October 2016 he was appointed chair of the NSW Government’s Greyhound Industry Reform Panel.

In October 2016 he was appointed chair of the NSW Government’s Greyhound Industry Reform Panel.

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