|Deputy Minister-President of North Rhine-Westphalia|
14 July 2010 – 2017
|State Minister of School and Further Education of North Rhine-Westphalia|
14 July 2010 – 2017
1 March 1957|
Essen, West Germany
|Political party||Green Party|
A former teacher, She studied German and English from 1975-1981 at the university of Bochum. Löhrmann is a member of the Green Party, and since 1995 an elected member of the parliament of the German state North Rhine-Westphalia. Since July 15, 2010 she has served as Deputy Minister-President and Minister of Schools and Education in the incumbent state-government under the leadership of Minister-President Hannelore Kraft. As one of the state’s representatives at the Bundesrat, she is a member of the Committee on Cultural Affairs.
- Aktive Bürgerschaft, Member of the Board of Trustees
- Central Committee of German Catholics, Member
- Deutschlandradio, Member of the Broadcasting Council
- Jugend forscht, Member of the Board of Trustees
- NRW.BANK, Member of the Guarantors' Meeting
- Stiftung Lesen, Deputy Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees
- Heinrich Heine University (HHU), Institut für Deutsches und Internationales Parteienrecht und Parteienforschung, Member of the Board of Trustees
- Education and Science Workers' Union (GEW), Member
- Jack Ewing (25 March 2015), Grief Engulfs German Town That Lost 16 Students and 2 Teachers in Crash New York Times.
- Jack Ewing (March 25, 2015), Grief Engulfs German Town That Lost 16 Students and 2 Teachers in Crash New York Times.
- Wahl der Mitglieder für die 16. Bundesversammlung Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia, decision of 14 December 2016.
- Stefan Boes (May 16, 2017), Löhrmann verzichtet auf Landtagsmandat - Wibke Brems könnte nachrücken Neue Westfälische.
- Rainer Kellers (May 16, 2017), Löhrmann verzichtet auf Landtagsmandat Westdeutscher Rundfunk.
Media related to Sylvia Löhrmann at Wikimedia Commons
- Sylvia Löhrmann's website (in German)
- Brief biography at North Rhine-Westphalia government site (in German)
- The Green Party Candidates, North Rhine-Westphalia 2010 (in German)
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