|Member of the Welsh Assembly|
for Mid and West Wales
1 May 2000 – 1 May 2003
|Preceded by||Alun Michael|
|Succeeded by||Lisa Francis|
|Born||17 March 1958|
|Alma mater||Aberystwyth University|
A former management consultant and BBC and HTV journalist, she worked on the BBC's World at One and PM programmes before becoming an assistant to Gordon Brown MP in 1992. and policy adviser and speechwriter to the former Labour leader John Smith, 1992–1994, having joined the Labour Party in 1984. Evans is also a former special adviser to Alun Michael.
She became the Assembly Member for Mid & West Wales in May 2000 following the resignation of Alun Michael (she was second on the Labour list for that region in the 1999 election) and was appointed Deputy Minister for Rural Affairs, Culture & the Environment on 24 July 2000 following the sacking of Christine Gwyther and the promotion of Carwyn Jones. Evans did not contest the 2003 election.
- Delyth Evans, BBC News, 4 July 2000
- Alun Michael resigns from Welsh assembly, Independent, 16 March 2000
| Assembly Member for Mid and West Wales
2000 – 2003
| Deputy Minister for Rural Affairs, Culture & the Environment
2000 - 2003