|Minister of National Development Council of the Republic of China|
Assumed office |
8 September 2017
|Deputy||Chiou Jiunn-rong, Tseng Shu-cheng, Kao Shien-quey|
|Preceded by||Chen Tain-jy|
|Secretary-General of the Executive Yuan|
20 May 2016 – 7 September 2017
|Deputy||Ho Pei-shan, Shih Keh-her, Sung Yu-hsieh|
|Preceded by||Chien Tai-lang|
|Succeeded by||Chuo Rung-tai|
|Deputy Secretary-General of the Executive Yuan|
|Born||1958 (age 59–60)|
|Nationality||Republic of China|
National Chengchi University|
National Taiwan University
Chen Mei-ling (Chinese: 陳美伶; pinyin: Chén Měilíng; born 1958) is a Taiwanese politician. She is currently the Minister of National Development Council. She was the Secretary-General of the Executive Yuan in 2016-2017.
Chen obtained her bachelor's degree in law from National Chengchi University (NCCU) in 1980, master's degree in law from National Taiwan University in 1984 and returned to NCCU for a doctoral degree in law in 1995.
Chen was deputy secretary general of the Executive Yuan from 2006 to 2008. She returned to the cabinet in 2016 as secretary-general under premier Lin Chuan. Chen became minister of the National Development Council in September 2017, and was later awarded an Order of Brilliant Star.
- "Executive Yuan, R.O.C. (Taiwan)".
- "More Cabinet lineup announced". Central News Agency.
- Chen, Wei-han (6 September 2017). "Lai starts reshuffle of Executive Yuan". Taipei Times. Retrieved 17 September 2017.
- Yeh, Sophia; Liu, Kuan-lin (15 September 2017). "President confers honors on former premier and cabinet members". Central News Agency. Retrieved 17 September 2017.
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