Elizabeth Ann "Liz" Beattie was an Australian Labor Party member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 1999 to 2014.
Liz was first elected to State Parliament in the 1999 election, as the Member for the electorate of Tullamarine. She represented the constituents of Tullamarine until 2002, when an electoral redistribution created a slight relocation in the electorate, now named Yuroke which she won in 2002.
She was re-elected to State Parliament again in November 2006 as the Member for Yuroke. During her time in Parliament, Liz held a number of positions that have reinforced her strong desire to represent the community.
In 2002 she was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Tourism, Sport and the Commonwealth Games, a position that she held until the election in 2002. Following her re-election in 2002, she was promoted to the position of Parliamentary Secretary for Education, and after the 2006 election was appointed Parliamentary Secretary for Planning.
In August 2007, Liz was appointed Parliamentary Secretary Assisting the Premier on Multicultural Affairs.