CV Amanda Lind

Minister for Culture and Democracy, with responsibility for sport

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Minister for Culture and Democracy with responsibility for sport Amanda Lind Photo: Kristian Pohl/Government Offices of Sweden

Party

Swedish Green Party

Areas of responsibility

  • Culture
  • Media
  • Democracy
  • Civil society
  • Language and culture of the Sami people
  • National minorities
  • Youth policy
  • Sport
  • Faith communities and burial and cremation services

Personal

Amanda Lind was born in 1980. She lives in Härnosand. Ms Lind is married and has two children and two stepchildren.

Educational background

2009
Psychology Programme, Umeå University 

2000
Human Rights, Stockholm School of Theology, Lidingö

1999
Natural Sciences Programme, Midskogs Upper Secondary
School, Luleå 

Positions and assignments

2019 –
Minister for Culture and Democracy , with responsibility
for sport 

2016–2019
Party Secretary, Swedish Green Party

2015–2016
Member, Culture and Recreation Committee, Swedish
Association of Local Authorities and Regions (SALAR) 

2015–2016
Member, Swedish National Council of Adult Education’s
Representative Body 

2014–2016
Municipal Commissioner and First Vice Chair,
Härnösand Municipality

2014–2016
Vice Chair, Kulturforum (Culture Forum) 

2012–2016
District Chair/Deputy District Chair

2011–2018
Swedish Green Party Västernorrland
Member, Härnösand Municipal Council 

2011–2014
Chair, Härnösand Municipal Council Community 
Environment Committee

2010–2016
Spokesperson, Härnösand Green Party 

2009–2011
Registered Psychologist, PTP Psychologist
(training period), child and adolescent psychiatry,
Västernorrland County Council 

2008–2010
Member, Härnösand Municipal Council Community
Environment Committee 

2003–2004
Convener, Umeå Green Party 

2002–2004
Member, Municipal Council and Social Welfare Committee 

2002–2003
Umeå Municipality
Moderator, Save the Children Sweden