Sally Rugg Bio, Net Worth, Age, Husband, Children, Height, Family
Sally Rugg is an Australian activist, feminist and political staffer. Rugg volunteered to help with underprivileged youngsters in her early years. She then began working with GetUp while pursuing her master’s in the arts.
Sally Rugg Biography
Sally Rugg is a Melbourne-based LGBTIQ activist, feminist and political staffer. Rugg was the GetUp creative and campaigns director between 2013 – 2018. Rugg was one of the many public faces of the “YES” campaign in the Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey and also campaigns for Safe Schools. Until her highly publicised dismissal in 2022, Rugg served as the Chief of Staff for Independent Member of Parliament, Monique Ryan.
Sally Rugg Nationality
Rugg was born in Australia, hence she is an Australian.
Sally Rugg Age
Rugg was born on October 2nd, 1988, hence she is currently 34 years of age.
Sally Rugg Early Life and Education
During her early years Rugg volunteered to work with disadvantaged youth. She then started working at the organisation GetUp, while doing her master’s degree in Arts. She attended events in the ACT when same-sex marriage was made legal for six days, which she says informed her views.
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Sally Rugg Career
As a result of her advocacy for the “YES” same-sex marriage vote, Rugg has received multiple honors. The Sally Rugg LGBTIQ Pride Room is a room with Rugg’s name on it at Oxford Street, Sydney.
For her work on the YES same-sex marriage campaign in 2018, Rugg received the FBi Radio SMAC of the Year award, the Strayan of the Year award from Pedestrian. tv, and she was a finalist for Hero of the Year at the Australian LGBTI Awards.
Sally was recognized in 2017 as one of Harper’s Bazaar’s “5 Women of the Year,” one of Cosmopolitan magazine’s “10 Most Influential LGBTIQ People in Australia,” number one on Mammamia’s list of “Most Powerful LGBTIQ Women,” and one of the “Top 15 Women Championing Human Rights in Australia” by Amnesty International. During the 2016 Honour Awards, Sally received the Young Achiever Award.
In addition to being named one of the Top 40 Under Forty by TimeOut and one of the 23 LGBT Australians to Watch in 2016, Rugg was a nominee for the 2015 Honour Awards Young Achiever Award. In 2016, Rugg received the New South Wales Honour Awards Young Achiever Award.
Rugg often writes about LGBTIQ and human rights, as well as activism, feminism, and other topics. Rugg’s work has appeared in publications including Junkee, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Guardian, Vice, and Pedestrian. Growing Up Queer in Australia and The Complete Catastrophe, both of which were published in 2019, both had Rugg as a contributing author (2019).
Her account of the legalization of same-sex marriage is contained in her debut book, How Strong We Are: Behind the Scenes with One of Australia’s Leading Activists.
On 25 January 2023, Monique Ryan’s chief of staff, Sally Rugg, launched a Federal Court action against Ryan in relation to a “breach of general protections under the Fair Work Act”. In documents filed with the court action, an affidavit from Rugg claimed that Ryan said that she has ambitions “to be the prime minister one day” and she also claims that Ryan trivialised issues pertaining to Rugg’s health when she “rolled her eyes and said ‘yeah right, stress leave’ and made air quotes with her hands” in relation to sick leave Rugg had took the preceding week.
On 7 March 2023, a Federal Court judge dismissed an interlocutory application by Rugg to continue working for Ryan.
Sally Rugg Husband and Children
Rugg is engaged to Kate McCartney. She has no child at the time of filing this report.
Sally Rugg Net Worth
Rugg has a net worth estimated to be about $1 million.
|Date of Birth||2 October 1988|
|Profession||Activist • Writer|
|Net Worth||$1 million|