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Daniela Kluckert

Source: Bundesregierung/Jesco Denzel


Born in Nuremberg on 22 December 1980, Evangelical Protestant, married, two children

School leaving certificate (Abitur), Georg-Christoph-Lichtenberg comprehensive school

2002 - 2010
Studied economics at the Free University of Berlin and the Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg

Degree in economics from Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg

2009 - 2013
Research assistant for members of the German Bundestag

since 2013
Executive assistant of the Saxon State Ministry for Economic Affairs, Labour and Transport at the Representation of the Free State of Saxony to the Federal Government (currently on leave)

Joined the Young Liberals and the Free Democratic Party (FDP)

2006 - 2007
State Chairwoman of the Berlin Young Liberals

since 2011
District Chairwoman of the Berlin Pankow FDP

since 2016
Member of the State Executive Committee of the Berlin FDP

since 2018
Deputy State Chairwoman of the Berlin FDP

since 2021
Member of the Federal Executive Committee of the FDP

German-Israeli Association; German-Taiwanese Association, Advisory Council of the German AI Association; Parliamentary Advisory Council of the German E-Mobility Association; Berlin Association of Liberal Women; Free Democratic Welfare association (FDW); sponsoring member of the Young Liberals; Alumni association of the University of Würzburg; Tempelhof tennis club and Weißenborn shooting club

since October 2017
Member of the German Bundestag

September 2018 - October 2020
Member of the Study Commission on Artificial Intelligence – Social Responsibility and Economic, Social and Ecological Potential

since October 2021
Deputy Chairwoman of the Committee on Transport and Digital Infrastructure

since 8 December 2021
Parliamentary State Secretary to the Federal Minister for Digital and Transport

since January 2022
Commissioner for charging infrastructure

Thematic focus: digital infrastructure, digital society, electric mobility, Mobility 4.0, shipping