||This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in the French Wikipedia. (March 2014)|
|Member of the National Assembly|
23 March 2012
|Preceded by||Guy Malherbe|
19 July 2002 – 19 July 2007
|Preceded by||Pierre-André Wiltzer|
|Succeeded by||Guy Malherbe|
|Mayor of Longjumeau|
22 March 2008 – 25 February 2013
|Preceded by||Bernard Nieuviaert|
|Succeeded by||Sandrine Gelot-Rateau|
|Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing|
14 November 2010 – 22 February 2012
|Prime Minister||François Fillon|
|Preceded by||Jean-Louis Borloo|
|Succeeded by||François Fillon|
14 May 1973 |
|Political party||Union for a Popular Movement|
|Alma mater||École Polytechnique
Collège des Ingénieurs
Nathalie Geneviève Marie Kosciusko-Morizet (French pronunciation: [nataˈli kosjysˈko moʁiˈzɛ]) (born 14 May 1973), often referred to by her initials NKM, is a French politician, current deputy of the 4th electoral constituency of Essonne. She is mayor of Longjumeau and was an unsuccessful candidate for mayor of Paris in the local elections in 2014.
Education and political career
As a 29-year-old, she was elected a deputy member of the French National Assembly in 2002, representing the department of Essonne, to the south of Paris, serving out the term for Pierre-André Wiltzer who was appointed deputy minister. She was reelected in 2007 and 2012.
She was elected mayor of Longjumeau (Essonne) in March 2008.
In 2007, she became a state secretary in the French government responsible for the environment. Then in 2009 she became state secretary with responsibility for Forward Planning, Assessment of Public Policies and Development of the Digital Economy, before being appointed Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing in November 2010.
In 2012, she left her position as minister to become spokesperson for Nicolas Sarkozy during his presidential reelection campaign.
In February 2013 she announced she would be a candidate for mayor of Paris in the 2014 local elections. She faced among others Rachida Dati in the UMP primary election. The polls had Kosciusko-Morizet as a favourite to win the primary. She was endorsed by François Fillon.
On June 3, 2013 she won UMP's primaries for the office of Mayor of Paris with 58.16% of the vote.
She comes from a political family Kosciusko-Morizet, jewish origin. Her grandfather, Jacques Kosciusko-Morizet (born Kosciusko 1913–1994), was an academic, a member of the French Resistance during the war, a Gaullist politician and former French ambassador in US whose father-in-law, André Morizet, was a socialist senator and mayor of Boulogne-Billancourt. Her father François Kosciusko-Morizet (b. 1940) is the current mayor of Sèvres. She is also the sister of Pierre Kosciusko-Morizet (b. 1977), one of the founders of Priceminister.com, the third ranked e-commerce site in France. According to genealogists, she is also related to Lucrezia Borgia from her mother's side, the Treuille family.
She is married to Jean-Pierre Philippe and has two sons, born in 2005 and 2009.
Secretary of State for Ecology : 2007–2009.
Secretary of State and Prospective Development of the Digital Economy : 2009–2010.
Minister for Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing: November 2010 – February 2012 (She resigned from government to become spokeswoman of Nicolas Sarkozy's presidential campaign).
National Assembly of France
Regional councillor of Ile-de-France : 2004–2010 (She resigned in November 2010). Reelected in 2010.
Mayor of Longjumeau : Since 2008.
Municipal councillor of Longjumeau : Since 2008.
Agglomeration Community Council
Vice-president of the Europ'Essonne Agglomeration Community Council : Since 2008.
Member of the Europ'Essonne Agglomeration Community Council : Since 2008.
- Mme Nathalie Kosciusko-Morizet, Assemblée nationale (French)
-  (French)
|Minister of Ecology, Sustainable Development, Transport and Housing
|Party political offices|
Françoise de Panafieu
|Union for a popular movement Nominee for Mayor of Paris