Michaela Langer-Weninger

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Michaela Langer-Weninger (2019)

Michaela Langer-Weninger (born January 25, 1979 in Waidhofen an der Thaya ) is an Austrian politician ( ÖVP ) and farmer. She has been a member of the Upper Austrian State Parliament since 2009 and succeeded Franz Reisecker as President of the Upper Austria Chamber of Agriculture on June 27, 2019 .


Langer-Weninger was born as the daughter of the Litschauer city ​​council Norbert Steiner and grew up in the Litschauer cadastral community of Schandachen .

She attended the tourism school in Krems an der Donau from 1993 to 1998 and passed the agricultural skilled worker apprenticeship examination in 2003 and, between 2004 and 2006, the apprenticeship and examination to become a master of rural housekeeping. Langer-Weninger was employed as a tourism clerk at the St. Gilgen Tourist Office from 1997 to 1999 and also as a tourism clerk at Hochseeschiffe-Verwaltungs GmbH from 1998 to 1999.

Langer-Weninger is married and lives in Innerschwand on Mondsee. She is the mother of a daughter (* 2000) and two sons (* 2002 and 2007).


Langer-Weninger has been the local farmer of Innerschwand am Mondsee since January 2008 and was elected as the deputy district farmer of Vöcklabruck in March 2009. Since April 2009 she has also been the deputy farmers' union district chairwoman of Vöcklabruck, and in October 2009 she was elected to the local council of Innerschwand am Mondsee. Langer-Weninger was sworn in on October 23, 2009 as a member of the state parliament of Upper Austria.

Web links

Commons : Michaela Langer-Weninger  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. ooe.orf.at: Generation change in the farmers' union
  2. a b First female farmer's chamber boss: Litschauerin writes history . Article dated June 5, 2019, accessed June 5, 2019.
  3. Langer-Weninger is the LK President in Upper Austria . Article dated June 27, 2019, accessed June 27, 2019.