• Entry type: Person
  • Entry ID: PR00551

Hodson-Thomas, Katina

(1957 – )
  • Born 28 April, 1957, Adelaide South Australia Australia
  • Occupation Parliamentarian


Katie Hodson-Thomas was elected to the 35th Parliament of Western Australia as the Liberal Party member for the new Legislative Assembly seat of Carine. She was re-elected in 2001, 2005, but did not contest the general election of 6 September 2008.


Katina Broemer was born in Adelaide in 1957 to European immigrants Karl and Elfie Broemer. She attended primary and secondary schools in Adelaide, then Hales Secretarial School and Deakin University, after which she travelled extensively through Europe. She married Kerry Hodson-Thomas, spent seven years in Sydney, then moved to Western Australia in 1987. A member of the Liberal Party of Australia, Hodson-Thomas was elected to the Legislative Assembly of the Parliament of Western Australia for Carine (new seat) on 14 December 1996. She was re-elected in 2001 and 2005, and did not contest the general election of 6 September 2008.


Published resources

  • Resource
  • Book Section
    • Making a Difference: Women in the West Australian Parliament 1921-1999, Black, David and Phillips, Harry, 2000

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