|President of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party|
|Assumed office |
17 June 2017
|Preceded by||Micaela Navarro|
|Minister of Environment|
18 April 2004 – 14 April 2008
|Prime Minister||José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero|
|Preceded by||Elvira Rodríguez|
|Succeeded by||Elena Espinosa|
|Member of the Congress of Deputies|
13 December 2011 – 10 January 2013
2 April 2004 – 30 April 2008
21 March 1996 – 5 April 2000
|City Councilor of Madrid|
13 June 1999 – 16 June 2003
|Born||29 July 1951|
Narbona was born in Madrid. At the age of 12 she emigrated to Rome with her parents, where she obtained a degree in economics before returning to Spain in 1975. Subsequently she taught at the University of Seville and served in the regional government of Andalucia. In 1993 she joined the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE). She served in the local government of Madrid in several capacities. She has represented Madrid in the Spanish Congress since 2000.
- "La presidenta del PSOE hace pasar una licenciatura italiana por doctorado". El Confidencial (in Spanish). Retrieved 2018-11-19.
- Cristina Narbona, El Mundo (in Spanish)
- Biography of Cristina Narbona at todopolitica.com (in Spanish)
- Alegre, Martín (21 November 2018). "Primicia: Josep Borrell y Cristina Narbona se han casado tras 20 años de convivencia". El Economista.
- "Josep Borrell y Cristina Narbona se casan en secreto". El País. 23 November 2018.
- Interview with Cristina Narbona Archived 2007-08-14 at the Wayback Machine, Telemadrid, 2002 (in Spanish)
| Secretary of State of the Environment and Housing
| Minister of the Environment
|Party political offices|
| President of the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party