Former Prime Ministerial Chief of Staff Peta Credlin will make her first SKY News appearance in a special edition of PM Agenda with David Speers Saturday 7 May at 4:00pm.
The former Abbott govt adviser has joined SKY as a contributor for Election 2016 coverage.
A skilled political tactician and strategist, Peta most recently served as the Chief of Staff to former Prime Minister, the Hon Tony Abbott MP, a position she also held during his time as Leader of the Opposition. Peta has 16 years experience working in federal politics including as an adviser, senior adviser and chief of staff to four Howard Government Cabinet ministers in the portfolio areas of communications, foreign affairs, immigration and defence.
Between 2007 and 2013, Peta was senior adviser to former Leader of the Opposition the Hon Dr Brendan Nelson and Deputy Chief of Staff to the Hon Malcolm Turnbull. Following Tony Abbott’s election as Leader of the Opposition in December 2009, Peta took on the role as chief of staff and remained in this position until September 2015. She is one of Australia’s longest serving prime ministerial chiefs of staff and the longest serving female to hold this role.