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Ainsley Gotto (14 February 1946 – 25 February 2018) was an Australian public servant and interior designer. She was the private secretary to Prime Minister John Gorton in the late 1960s. She was born in Annerley, Queensland.
Gotto began work as a typist at the Department of Immigration, but left after a few months to work for a private firm. After a year, she returned to government work at the Trade Commission Service.
When Gorton stepped down as prime minister in March 1971, Gotto stayed in his service when he became Minister for Defence, but resigned from the public service in 1972.
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