Mª Enma Iranzo Martín

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Enma Iranzo Martín
Alcadesa de Requena
In office
17 of June 1995 – 14 of June 2003
Preceded by Flor Mercedes Cebrián Gómez
Succeeded by Adelo Montés Diana
Personal details
Born (1959-01-02) 2 January 1959 (age 55)
Madrid, Spain
Nationality Spanish
Political party People's Party (Spain)
Alma mater Complutense University of Madrid
Religion Roman Catholicism

María Concepción Enma Iranzo Martín (born 1 February 1959) is a pharmaceutical biochemist and Spanish politician.

Education[edit]

She earned her degree in Pharmaceutical Biochemistry from the Complutense University of Madrid in 1982.[1] She has a PhD in Biochemistry and Clinical Toxicology, Metabolic Regulation, Environmental contaminants and biochemical effects, Neurochemistry and Experimental Hematology. In February 1985 she studied at the US Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Jobs in Chemistry[edit]

Margin was a researcher at the Centre for Energy Environment and Technology, (1982-1985), a Member of the Nuclear Energy Board (1989-1991) and Coordinatora for the Internal Dosimetry Group of the Spanish Society for Radiological Protection.

Politics[edit]

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In politics, she worked for the Partido Popular (PP) and was alcadesa and councillor in Requena for 9 years (1995-2003). She held various positions in Valencia as President of the Valencian Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FVMP), (1999-2003), Director General of Irrigation and Agricultural Infrastructure (1999-2003), Executive member of the provincial People's Party, Regional board member and secretary of local politics and deputy member of the Corts Valencianes Parliament of Valencia, during the Elections to the Corts Valencianes, 2007 and Elections to the Corts Valencianes, 2011,(2007-2011).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dona Maria Concepción Enma Iranzo Martín" (in Spanish). Asociación Fiesta de la Vendimia. Retrieved 29 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "Diccionario biográfico de políticos valencianos 1810-2005" (PDF) (in Spanish). alfonselmagnanim.org. p. 284. Retrieved 29 May 2012.