| Kim Booth|
| Andrea Dawkins|
| Launceston College, Tasmania|
Andrea Dawkins Wikipedia
Andrea Elizabeth Dawkins is an Australian politician. She has represented Bass in the Tasmanian House of Assembly since 9 June 2015, when she was elected in a countback to replace Kim Booth. She represents the Tasmanian Greens.
Dawkins attended Launceston College, and holds a Diploma of Management. Prior to her election, Dawkins served as an alderman on Launceston City Council. She also developed and ran a social enterprise café called "Fresh on Charles" on Charles Street, Launceston from 1999 until 2013, when she sold the business. Following this, she worked in business development at Josef Chromy Wines, and later as manager of the Launceston Harvest Market.
Dawkins is a vegetarian and animal welfare advocate. She has two daughters with partner Mark Kershaw.