The Honourable Bronnie Taylor, MLC is the Minister for Women, Minister for Regional Health and Minister for Mental Health, and the Deputy Leader of the NSW Nationals.
Before entering Parliament in 2015, Bronnie spent 20 years working in health as a registered nurse, specialising in cancer care and palliative care. Her work in these fields saw her become one of the first McGrath Foundation breast care nurses and then became the Director of Cancer Services in the Southern NSW Local Health District.
In 2021, Bronnie was the first female in more than 100 years to be elected as Deputy Leader of the NSW Nationals, a role which means she is the most senior woman in the NSW Government.
As Minister for Minister for Women, Minister for Regional Health and Minister for Mental Health, Bronnie is working towards ambitious targets of Towards Zero suicides, providing more work opportunities for young people in regional NSW and supporting women with a number of programs building leadership and support networks.
Bronnie is married to Duncan and they have two daughters Hannah and Holly. Home is at Nimmitabel on their sheep and cattle property.