Angelika Schöttler

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Angelika Schöttler (* 1963 in Berlin as Angelika Gleitze ) is a German politician ( SPD ) and has been the district mayor of Tempelhof-Schöneberg since 2011 .


Schöttler grew up in the Schöneberg district of Berlin and first attended the Sternberg elementary school, later the Rückert high school. In 1981 she graduated from high school and then began training as an IT assistant at Schering Aktiengesellschaft .

After passing her exam, she stayed with the company until 2002 and studied computer science at the Technical University of Berlin . The study finally graduated as computer scientist from.


Schöttler has been a member of the SPD Berlin since 1982 and is almost continuously active at various party levels. She is currently the chairman of the City Department and a member of the SPD Tempelhof-Schöneberg district executive.

In addition, she has been the state cashier of the SPD Berlin since April 30, 2016 and is therefore a member of the state executive committee .

In 1989 she was elected for the first time in the Schöneberg District Assembly of the time and was a member of the SPD parliamentary group from 1991. In 2001 she moved into the merged district assembly of Tempelhof-Schöneberg and was particularly active in the field of youth policy. Since 1989 she was a member of the Youth Services Committee , whose chairman it from 1995 to 2000th

On January 22, 2002 Schöttler was elected to the district office for the first time . As a district councilor, she took over the areas of family, youth and sport.

After the previous incumbent Ekkehard Band no longer ran, Schöttler was elected district mayor on November 23, 2011 and confirmed in office in the 2016 elections . She is currently also responsible for the areas of finance, human resources and business development.


Schöttler is the daughter of the former district mayor of Berlin-Schöneberg, Alfred Gleitze .

She has been married since 1992 and is the mother of three children.

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