Alan Tudge Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary

Alan Tudge Family

Alan Tudge is an Australian politician who served as Minister for Education and Youth in the Morrison Government know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Salary.

Name Alan Tudge
Birthdate  24 February 1971
Age (as of 2021) 50 years
Place of Birth Pakenham, Australia
Nationality Australian
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Teri Etchells
Children Three
Parents Name not Known
Education Harvard University, University of Melbourne, Harvard Business School
Profession Australian politician
Net Worth $2 Million
Last Update Nonember 2021

Alan Tudge is an Australian politician who served as Minister for Education and Youth in the Morrison Government from 2020 to 2021. He is a member of the Liberal Party and has been a member of the House of Representatives since the 2010 federal election.He served as a government minister in the Turnbull and Morrison Governments since 2016 and was elevated to cabinet in 2019. Prior to his appointment as education minister he served as Minister for Human Services (2016–2017), Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs (2017–2018), and Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population (2018–2020).

Alan Tudge Family and Parents

Tudge was born on 24 February 1971 in Pakenham, Victoria.His parents were veterinarians who met at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland and arrived in Australia as Ten Pound Poms.He was born a British citizen by descent, but renounced his dual citizenship before standing for parliament in 2010. His mother was born in Scotland and his father in England, while his maternal grandfather was born in Canada.

Tudge’s parents separated when he was around six years old,after which he was raised by his mother on a small farm near Pakenham. He attended a local primary school,then completed his secondary education at Haileybury, Melbourne, graduating in 1988.Tudge attended the University of Melbourne, completing the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws (Hons.).He served as president of the Melbourne University Student Union, replacing future left-wing activist Andrew Landeryou, in what he described as “the first time a non-Left president had won for many, many years”.

Alan Tudge Wife

Alan Tudge Married with Teri Etchells.Tudge and his wife, Teri Etchells, had three children. Their 20-year relationship ended in 2017, a year after the birth of their third child,as a result of Tudge’s extramarital affair.

Alan Tudge Net Worth

Alan Tudge is an Australian politician who served as Minister for Education and Youth in the Morrison Government has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2021.

Professional Career

Tudge worked as a management consultant with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG) from 1996 to 2001.He was initially based in Melbourne and later in New York, and during this time completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Harvard University.He was also seconded to indigenous leader Noel Pearson’s Cape York Institute through Jawun, as the organisation’s first corporate secondee.

In 2002, Tudge became a senior adviser to federal education minister Brendan Nelson. He later worked for foreign minister Alexander Downer.Tudge later rejoined the Cape York Institute as deputy director from 2006 to 2009.He was a founding board member of Teach For Australia, established in 2009 by his former BCG colleague Melodie Potts Rosevear.He subsequently ran his own policy advisory firm from 2009 until his election to parliament.

Tudge joined the Liberal Party in 2002 and was the convenor of its Education Policy Forum.In September 2009, he won preselection for the Division of Aston as one of 11 candidates, defeating Neil Angus on the final ballot.He retained Aston for the Liberals at the 2010 federal election, succeeding the retiring MP Chris Pearce.

Following the 2013 federal election and the formation of the Abbott Ministry, Tudge was appointed as parliamentary secretary to Prime Minister Tony Abbott. On the day of the 2015 leadership spill which saw Abbott replaced by Malcolm Turnbull, he publicly described himself as “a very strong supporter of the prime minister”.He was nonetheless retained as assistant minister to Turnbull and also made an assistant minister to social services minister Christian Porter.In February 2016 Tudge was appointed Minister for Human Services in the Turnbull Government.


In March 2020, the Administrative Appeals Tribunal ordered that an Afghan asylum seeker who had previously been a part of the Afghan National Army be granted a temporary protection visa. Tudge, who was Acting Immigration Minister at the time,instantly appealed against the AAT’s decision in the Federal Court, which failed.

However, during the 6-day appeal process, the asylum seeker had been kept in the detention centre. Six months later, the Federal Court found that Tudge had “engaged in conduct which can only be described as criminal” and had deprived the asylum seeker of his liberty, which has prompted calls for Tudge’s resignation.

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