Lorna Slater Wiki – Lorna Slater Biography
Lorna Slater is a Canadian-born Scottish politician who is co-leader of the Scottish Greens, alongside Patrick Harvie. She assumed office on 1 August 2019 for a two-year term. She was born in Canada. After moving to Scotland, she worked as an engineer in the renewables sector, then later as a project manager. In 2018, she was one of three women from Scotland awarded a place on the Homeward Bound international leadership development programme and this included a trip to Antarctica the following year, where she had studied the effects of climate change. She became politically involved during the run-up to the 2014 Scottish independence referendum, where she campaigned in favour of Scottish independence.
She has been an election candidate for the Scottish Greens several times. In the 2016 Scottish Parliament election, the party named her third on the Lothian list, while in the 2017 general election, she was one of only three candidates fielded by the Scottish Greens, standing for Edinburgh North and Leith. In April 2019, in a City of Edinburgh Council by-election for the Leith Walk ward, she took a 25.5 percent share of first preference votes, finishing second. She was co-convener of the Scottish Greens Operations Committee when she was named second on the list of the party’s candidates for the 2019 European Parliament election. She stood in the Scottish Greens’ first co-leadership election and on 1 August 2019 was announced as having been elected alongside Patrick Harvie for a two-year term.
Lorna Slater Age
She was born in 1975 in Canada.
Lorna Slater Husband
She is married. Contrary to being in the public eye, she has not shared any personal information about her husband, if she has children and even that of her family members including her parents.