The Socialist People’s Party,

Nanna Westerby

Former Member of the Folketing, The Socialist People’s Party

Student

Nanna Westerby Jensen, born July 11th 1984 at Frederiksberg Hospital, grew up in Vanløse, Copenhagen, daughter of opera singer Erling Anton Mølsæter Jensen and social worker Sirri Christine Westerby.


Parliamentary career
The party's former housing spokeswoman and educational spokeswoman. Chairwoman of the Housing Committee 2007-2011. Member of the Education Committee 2007-2011. Deputy member of the Science and Technology Committee and the Immigration and Integration Affairs Committee 2007-2011.


Affiliations
Former chairwoman of the pupils' committee at Falkonergården Upper Secondary School and Higher Preparatory School. Chairwoman of the Union of Danish Upper Secondary School Pupils (DGS) and representative of the "RÅSTOF" (RAW MATERIAL) initiative. Chairwoman of the Young Socialist People's Party and the organisation's permanent representative on the general council and executive committee of the Socialist People's Party. Member of the Alternative Welfare Commission. Coordinator of the welfare initiative »2. oktober« (October 2nd).


Publications
Member of the editorial board of the magazine »SALT«.


The biography is no longer updated from September 15th 2011.

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Latest update: [30.01.2018]
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