Rose Jackson is a Labor Member of the NSW Legislative Council and Minister for Mental Health, Housing, Homelessness, Youth and the North Coast. Rose was elected to the Legislative Council in May 2019 and has been fighting for real action on climate change and tackling homelessness and housing affordability. Rose has also held a variety of roles within the labour and union movement including Assistant Secretary of NSW Labor and as an official for United Voice (formerly LHMU.) Rose lives with her family in Rockdale and is passionate about making our society fairer for everyone.
Steve Kamper entered the NSW Parliament in 2015 as the Member for Rockdale. Following Labor's 2023 election victory, Steve was appointed Minister for Small Business, Minister for Lands and Property, Minister for Multiculturalism and Minister for Sport
Steve lives in the St George area and went to Sans Souci Public and James Cook Boys High. Prior to entering Parliament, Steve ran a successful accounting firm in Rockdale for 30 years, trusted by many local families and small businesses. Steve and his wife Magda have raised a family of five.
Steve is a former President of Sydney Olympic Football Club.
As Shadow Minister for Small Business and a former small businessperson himself, Steve saw firsthand the impact Covid and natural disasters have had on small businesses. At the height of Covid, Steve put politics to one side and worked closely with the then Government to make sure small business voices were heard and businesses received the support they needed.