| Stefan Lofven|
| Green Party|
Alice Bah Kuhnke (mp)
Ulla Bah, Jimi Bah
| Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth|
21 December 1971 (age 43)
Malmo, Sweden (1971-12-21)
Stockholm University (1999–2003)
Nina Bah Kuhnke, Bessie Bah Kuhnke, Billie Bah Kuhnke
Johannes Kuhnke, Gustav Fridolin, Asa Romson, Mehmet Kaplan, Stefan Lofven
Alice Bah Kuhnke Wikipedia
Alice Bah Kuhnke (born Alice Bah; 21 December 1971) is the Swedish Minister of Culture and Democracy since October 2014. She is also a former television presenter and one of the founders of the think tank Sektor3. On 3 October 2014, she was elected to be the Minister of Culture in the Löfven Cabinet three days after becoming a member of Miljöpartiet, the Green Party of Sweden.
Bah grew up in Horda in Småland, Sweden with her Gambian father and Swedish mother. She went to a track and field athletics oriented high school in Växjö, and was one of the country's best female sprinters in the late 1980s, with 200 meters being her speciality. Her television career began in 1992 with SVT's Disney Club. Between 1998 and 1999, she had her own talk show at TV4 and many other television assignments including with the current events show Kalla fakta.
After leaving television to study political science, Bah has led a philanthropy fund at the Swedish insurance company Skandia. From 2004 to 2007, she worked as Secretary General of the fair trade organization Rättvisemärkt.
She was a member of the Swedish Church synod 2006–2010, member of the Board of Dramaten Theatre, as well as Vice President of YMCA-YWCA Sweden.
In September 2009, Bah took the position of Environmental and Corporate social responsibility manager at ÅF. Alongside her job at ÅF, she also serves as a board member of a small internet web design firm Doberman.
In October 2014, Bah was appointed head of Ministry of Culture in the Löfven Cabinet.
Bah was married to TV personality Henrik Johnsson from 1998 to 2002. In 2003, she married actor and singer Johannes Bah Kuhnke.