Emma Miller Award Recipients
Emma Miller award recipient - 2003
Molly Kreidl's activism in Queensland began in 1974, when she was elected Secretary/Treasurer for the Bayside Branch of the QTU. She went on to hold positions at every level of the Union structure, including Branch, Area Council, and State Council level, and in 1982 she was elected to the QTU Executive at a time when there were only two other women on Executive, Carmen Smith and Mary Kelly, the President at the time. In 1999, she ran for Honorary Vice-President and was successful. In November 2002, she was elected to the Honorary Vice Presidency again with a margin of 2,500 votes.
She was an active office bearer in the QTU for more than 25 years, demonstrating an unequalled passion for public education and assisting the underprivileged. She retired in 2004 and became a QTU Life Member the following year.