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Wendy Kinnard (born 23 March 1959) is a former Senator of Jersey, and was the island's Home Affairs Minister from 2005 until 2008.
Jersey-born Kinnard gained a BA (Hons) in applied Applied Social Sciences, and a Dip.H.E. in Social and Environmental Problems from the Open University.
She has been past chairwoman of Jersey Women’s Refuge, involved in Jersey Women’s Aid, a member of Network against Abuse and Violence in the Home, a trustee of the Spring Trust, a past member of the Youth Panel 1993-1996
She is a member of Liberty and the Open University Alumni Association.
She was President of the Legislation Committee (from 1999), and vice-president of Home Affairs, taking over the Presidency of that Committee in 2002 after Alastair Layzell failed to be re-elected to the States.
On 1 June 2007, she announced that she would not be seeking re-election when her current mandate ended in 2008. On 21 October 2008 she resigned her ministerial post.
- Jersey Evening Post, 1 June 2007
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