Martina Bertold

Martina Berthold (born February 13, 1970 in Linz) is an Austrian politician of the Greens in Salzburg. From 2013 to 2018 she was a Salzburg state councilor. Since June 13, 2018, she is a member of the provincial government of Salzburg, where she is the head of the Green Club. Born in Upper Austria, she came to western Austria for her studies of education and psychology at the University of Salzburg. Since 1995 she has worked as a freelancer in teaching, moderation and training with a focus on education, women, social affairs and disability. Later, after successfully completing her studies in 1996, she worked for the Province of Salzburg, in the Office for Women's Issues and Equal Opportunities. After the elections in 2013, in which the Greens achieved their best result at the state level with 20.18% of the votes and 7 mandates, Martina Berthold became state councilor with the agendas child care, adult education, universities, research, science, youth, family, generations, Integration, migration, sport, women and equal opportunities. After the state election in 2018, she was proclaimed as a member of the provincial government of Salzburg.


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