Steven Spence Marshall is an Australian politician serving as the 46th and current premier of South Australia know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children and Salary.
|Birthdate||21 January 1968|
|Age (as of 2022)||53 years|
|Place of Birth||Woodville South, South Australia|
|Spouse/Partner||Name not Known|
|Mother||Name not Known|
|Political Party||Liberal Party of Australia (South Australian Division)|
|Education||Durham University, Immanuel College, University of South Australia|
|Profession||Premier of South Australia|
Steven Spence Marshall, the 46th and current Premier of South Australia, is an Australian politician. Since 2010, he has represented the electorate of Dunstan in the South Australian House of Assembly as a member of the Liberal Party of Australia’s South Australian Division.Marshall has led the SA Liberals since February 2013, and previously served as Leader of the Opposition from 2013 to 2018. From October 2012 to February 2013, he served as the party’s deputy leader. Marshall, who was unsuccessful in the 2014 state election, led the opposition into government in the 2018 state election and was sworn in as Premier by the Governor on March 19, 2018.
Steven Marshall Family and Parents
Marshall attended Ethelton Primary School and Immanuel College, before studying business at the South Australian Institute of Technology .He completed an MBA at Durham University in the United Kingdom.Marshall is a supporter of the Port Adelaide Football Club.
Steven Marshall Wife and Children
Steven Marshall is currently not in a relationship. Marshall is divorced and has two adult children. In January 2022, he had to isolate for a week due to having had dinner with his daughter just before she tested positive to COVID-19.Marshall has lived in the Dunstan electorate for his entire adult life.
Steven Marshall Net Worth
How much is Steven Marshall worth? Steven Spence is an Australian politician has an estimated Net Worth around $5 Million in 2022.Marshall served on the South Australian Manufacturing Industry Advisory Board prior to entering politics in 2010.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$5 Million|
|Income Source||Premier of South Australia|
|Income / Salary||$390,000|
Steven Marshall Salary
Steven Marshall salary is around $390,000.He is currently an ambassador for scosa, having previously served on the board for five years.
Steven Marshall Career in Business
Marshall’s father retired from the family business, Marshall Furniture, in 1997, and Steven Marshall was named managing director. Due to the company’s commitment to hiring people with disabilities, the company won the South Australian small business prize in the national 2001 Employer of the Year awards while I was working as managing director.
He ran the company until 2001, when the family was obliged to sell it to Steinhoff International due to increasing import pressure. This led to a position on the Steinhoff Asia-Pacific board of directors, which he resigned to pursue a variety of positions in the South Australian corporate sector, including chairman of Jeffries and general manager of Michell Pty Ltd. Prior to entering politics in 2010, Marshall worked on the South Australian Manufacturing Industry Advisory Board.
Career in Politics
Marshall entered South Australian Parliament at the 2010 state election, winning the seat of Norwood as a candidate for the South Australian Division of the Liberal Party of Australia.In the December 2011 reshuffle of the opposition’s front bench, Marshall was moved from the back bench to take on the shadow portfolios of industry and trade, defence industries, small business, science and information economy, environment and conservation, sustainability and climate change.
On 31 January 2013 after Redmond resigned as Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the SA Liberals, it was speculated that Marshall would succeed her. At the ballot on 4 February 2013, Marshall was elected unopposed.As of 2017 he was an ambassador for scosa, having previously served on the board for five years.He was a board member for Reconciliation SA for some years and has been a White Ribbon ambassador.He is the founding chairman of Compost for Soils, a program started in South Australia that has subsequently been implemented nationally.
In late 2018, Arts South Australia was dismantled and its functions transferred to direct oversight by the Department of the Premier and Cabinet.On 11 January 2020, Marshall assumed the responsibilities of the Tourism ministry when he relieved David Ridgway of the role in the immediate aftermath of the devastation of key South Australian tourist areas during the 2019–20 bushfires.Following the resignation of David Ridgway on 26 July 2020, Marshall assumed the role of Minister for Trade and Investment.