Monika Bormann

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Monika Bormann (born October 22, 1953 in Rottenburg am Neckar ) is a German politician ( CDU ). From January 8, 2008 to May 2011, she was a member of the state parliament of Baden-Württemberg for the constituency 62 of Tübingen .


After attending secondary school, he completed training as a senior administrative service with a degree at the University of Applied Sciences for Public Administration in Kehl . From 1975 to 1983 she worked in the administration of the University of Tübingen . During the subsequent parental leave she worked in the research department of the University of Tübingen and in the Rottenburg city administration. From 1993 she was deputy head of the central administration in the Episcopal Ordinariate in Rottenburg. She is now retired.

Monika Bormann is married and has two children.

Political functions

In 1990 she joined the CDU and took on various party political offices at local and regional level. She was chairwoman of the Rottenburg Women's Union and a member of the district board of the South Wuerttemberg women’s union and the district board of the Tübingen women’s union. Since 2004 she has also been a member of the Tübingen district council . On January 8, 2008, she replaced Klaus Tappeser in the state parliament, where she was a member of the interior and petitions committee . In 2011 she did not run again for the state election.

Voluntary functions

Monika Bormann has been Vice President of the Baden-Württemberg Brass Music Association since April 7, 2019, making it the first female executive committee member since the association was founded.

Monika Bormann is a member of the advisory board of the Stadtkapelle Rottenburg aN.


  • Ina Hochreuther: Women in Parliament. Southwest German parliamentarians from 1919 to today , Stuttgart 2012, ISBN 978-3-923476-16-9 , pp. 149f.

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