Minister Anita Tack
Anita Tack was born on 4 April 1951 in Dresden, lives in Potsdam and has two children.
After her A-levels with a skilled trade qualification as a mechanic, she studied civil engineering, town planning and regional planning at the University of Applied Sciences for Architecture and Civil Engineering in Weimar from 1969. In 1973 Anita Tack completed her studies as a qualified engineer for town and regional planning and subsequently worked in the Office for Territorial Planning - which she headed as director from 1983 - and the district planning authority for Potsdam until 1987. From 1990 to 1991 she was was an employee of district administration office in Potsdam.
Since October 1994 Anita Tack has been a member of the Brandenburg State Parliament for the DIE LINKE party. As deputy leader she worked in the offices of the PDS/LL party from 1991 ro 1994 and was the chair of the Committee on Urban Development, Housing and Transport.
Since 2002, Anita Tack has been president of the Landesverkehrswacht Brandenburg e.V. (State Transport Watch, Brandenburg) and a member of the board of the Deutsche Verkehrswacht e. V. (German Transport Watch).
Since 2008 she has been a member of Potsdam Town Council.
Anita Tack was appointed Minister for Environment, Health and Consumer Protection of the State of Brandenburg on 6 November 2009.
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Used with kind permission of the photographer, Simone Diestel