Dorothee Stapelfeldt

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Dorothee Stapelfeldt
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Dorothee Stapelfeld
Senator for Urban Development and Environment of Hamburg
Assumed office
15 April 2015
First Mayor Olaf Scholz
Katharina Fegebank (Acting)
Peter Tschentscher
Preceded by Jutta Blankau
Second Mayor of Hamburg
In office
7 March 2011 – 15 April 2015
First Mayor Olaf Scholz
Preceded by Dietrich Wersich
Succeeded by Katharina Fegebank
Senator for Science and Research of Hamburg
In office
7 March 2011 – 15 April 2015
First Mayor Olaf Scholz
Preceded by Herlind Gundelach
Succeeded by Katharina Fegebank
President of the Hamburg Parliament
In office
7 March 2011 – 23 March 2011
Preceded by Lutz Mohaupt
Succeeded by Carola Veit
In office
5 April 2000 – 17 March 2004
Preceded by Ute Pape
Succeeded by Berndt Röder
Personal details
Born (1956-08-12) 12 August 1956 (age 61)
Hamburg, West Germany (now Germany)
Nationality German
Political party Social Democratic Party (SPD)
Alma mater University of Hamburg

Dorothee Stapelfeldt (born 1956) is a German politician, representative of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) and member of the Hamburg Parliament.

Stapelfeldt was born in 1956 in Hamburg. She took her school exam in 1975, and studied history of art, literary criticism, and social and economic history at the University of Hamburg. In 1989 she earned a doctorate. She is married, but living separated and has 2 children.[1]

Stapelfeldt ia a member of the (SPD). She is member of the state parliament since 1986. From 2000 to 2004 she was President of the Hamburg Parliament.[1] In 2007 she was in competition with Mathias Petersen for the position of top candidate for the Hamburg state election, but resigned after friction during an internal SPD election.[2][3][4]

Between 2011 and 2015, Stapelfeldt served as Second Mayor of Hamburg as well as Senator for Science and Research in the state government of Mayor Olaf Scholz. In this capacity, she was one of the state's representatives at the Bundesrat.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Die Bürgerschaft der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg 18. Wahlperiode (in German). Hamburg: Bürgerschaft der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg. 2006. 
  2. ^ Jens Meyer-Wellmann (2007-02-26). "Entsetzen in SPD: Wahl manipuliert" (in German). Hamburger Abendblatt. Retrieved 2009-09-03. 
  3. ^ Ralf Wiegant (2008-02-18). "Der Rosenkavalier" (in German). sueddeutsche.de. Retrieved 2009-09-03. 
  4. ^ Pay per view "Article: Hanseatic realpolitik; Reinventing Hamburg.(A German port seeks revival)(City overview)". The Economist (US). 2007-03-17. Retrieved 2009-09-03. 
  5. ^ Board of Trustees Übersee Club.

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Preceded by
Ute Pape
President of the Hamburg Parliament
2000–2004
Succeeded by
Berndt Röder