Jeannette Young is an Australian doctor , administrator and Governor-designate of Queensland know all about her as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Salary
|Birthdate ( Age)||1962/1963 (age 57–58)|
|Place of Birth||Australia|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Australian medical doctor and administrator|
|Net Worth||$1 Million ( Estimated )|
Jeannette Rosita Young PSM is an Australian medical doctor and administrator who is currently Chief Health Officer of Queensland, and the Governor-designate of Queensland. She has served in the role since 2005, and is as of 2020 Australia’s longest-serving current chief health officer.
Jeannette Young Family and Parents
Jeannette Rosita was Born on 1 November 2021.She Raised in Sydney, New South Wales, Young attended secondary school at St Ives High School, graduating in 1980, before studying at the University of Sydney and graduating in 1986 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
Jeannette Young Husband and Children
Jeannette Young Married with Graeme Nimmo in 2000 and the couple have have two children together.Dr Young also loves getting moving in the great outdoors.“With my children and my husband, we like doing walks. We love going down to Lamington National Park and doing long walks down there,” she says
Jeannette Young Net Worth
Jeannette Rosita Young PSM is an Australian medical doctor and administrator Governor-designate of Queensland has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million in 2021.
She started her career as a doctor at Westmead Hospital in Sydney in 1986 before moving into medical administration at the same hospital in July 1992.She relocated to Queensland upon her appointment as Director of Medical Services at Rockhampton Hospital in December 1994.
In April 1995, she was awarded a Master of Business Administration by Macquarie University. She then moved into a position similar to her role in Rockhampton, as Executive Director of Medical Services at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, in January 1999.
On 17 August 2005, she was appointed to succeed Gerry FitzGerald as Chief Health Officer of Queensland. She gained prominence during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, holding multiple press briefings regarding the disease. Her recommendation to the Palaszczuk Government to close the state’s borders, which was implemented, proved controversial as she received numerous death threats and was placed under police protection in September 2020.
On 21 June 2021 the Premier of Queensland Annastacia Palaszczuk announced Young will become the 27th Governor of Queensland. The current Governor Paul de Jersey was due to retire in July 2021, but will extend his term until November to allow Young to focus on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout as Chief Health Officer.