| German Politician|
Alliance '90/The Greens
| 8 June 1963 (age 52)
Duisburg, Germany (1963-06-08) |
Alliance '90/The Greens
University of Duisburg,
University of Hamburg
University of Duisburg, University of Hamburg
Anja Hajduk Wikipedia
Anja Hajduk (born 8 June 1963 in Duisburg) is a German politician. She has been a member of the Alliance '90/The Greens since 1995.
Hajduk was born in Duisburg and has three brothers. After her Abitur, she studied psychology in Duisburg and then in Hamburg. She finished her studies at the university with a Diplom in 1988. Hajduk is a lesbian.
From 1997 to 2002 Hajduk was a member of the parliament of the city Hamburg.
From 2002 to 2008 Hajduk was a member of the German Bundestag. She was a member of the Green Party's parliamentary group, serving as deputy chairwoman of the budget committee and her group's spokesperson on the national budget. Between 2005 and 2009, she also served as Deputy Chairwoman of the German-Canadian Parliamentary Friendship Group.
From 7 May 2008 to December 2010 Hajduk was the Minister of City Development and Environment of Hamburg.
In the 2013 federal elections, Hajduk was again elected member of the German Bundestag where she has since served as Chief Whip of her parliamentary group. A member of the budget committee, she serves as rapporteur on the budgets of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development, the Federal Ministry of the Interior and the Bundestag. She is also a member of the so-called Confidential Committee (Vertrauensgremium) of the Budget Committee, which provides budgetary supervision for Germany’s three intelligence services, BND, BfV and MAD.
In 2014, Hajduk was appointed to the supervisory board of German development agency GIZ. She is also deputy chairwoman of the Parliamentary Friendship Group with Australia, New Zealand and East Timor and a full member of the German-Chinese Parliamentary Friendship Group.
In 2014, Hajduk was part of the Heinrich Böll Foundation’s Commission on Financial Policy which developed a comprehensive concept on Germany’s fiscal policy.ic3s Information, Computer und Solartechnik AG, Member of the Supervisory Board
Denkwerk Demokratie, Member of the Advisory Board
Heinrich Böll Foundation, Member of the Supervisory Board (2002-2009)
Institute for Federal Real Estate, Member of the Board of Directors (2002-2009)
Hamburger Symphoniker, Member of the Advisory Board (2002-2007)
Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin), Alternate Member of the Board of Directors (2002-2005)