|Member of the Welsh Assembly|
for Clwyd South
6 May 1999 – 5 May 2011
|Preceded by||New Assembly|
|Succeeded by||Ken Skates|
|Born||20 November 1952|
Karen Sinclair (born 20 November 1952) is a Welsh Labour politician, who represented the constituency of Clwyd South from when the National Assembly for Wales was established in 1999, until she stood down, in 2011. Born and brought up in Wrexham, north Wales, Sinclair has lived in Llangollen for over twenty years.
Education and professional career
Sinclair was educated at Grove Park Girls School, Wrexham. After working in the Youth service for fourteen years, she became a Care Manager with Wrexham Social Services for clients with learning disabilities. She is also a trained CAB adviser. Sinclair has been a school governor at Ysgol Dinas Brân and chair of the Youth Club Committee.
Sinclair was a member of the former Glyndwr District council for seven years, preceding the local Government reorganisation and served on Denbighshire County Council. She chairs the URBAN II West Wrexham regeneration project monitoring committee and is a member of UNISON.
- Karen Sinclair AM Website
- Welsh Labour Party Website
- Website of the Welsh Assembly Government
- Website of the National Assembly for Wales
|National Assembly for Wales|
| Assembly Member for Clwyd South
1999 – 2011
| Chief Whip
2000 – 2003
| Minister for Assembly Business and Chief Whip
2003 – 2005
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