Sascha Karolin Aulepp
Family, education and work
Aulepp graduated from the Herderschule Kassel in 1989 . Until 1997 she studied law at the University of Bremen and in Liverpool . After the first and second state exams , she worked as a lawyer in Bremen since 2001. In 2005 she was a research assistant in the SPD parliamentary group and since the end of 2005 she has worked in the Senate Chancellery of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen . It was 2008 and then Judge juvenile court judge at the Bremen District Court and later also deputy judge at the Constitutional Court of the City of Bremen until her way into citizenship. During her time as a member of parliament, her judicial office is suspended in accordance with Section 36 of the Judges Act .
Aulepp is married and has two children. She lives in Bremen-Mitte .
Aulepp has been a member of the SPD since 2005. In 2012 she became deputy chairwoman and in 2014 chairwoman of the local SPD association in Bremen Altstadt-Mitte. She is a member of the state executive committee of the SPD Bremen and has been state chairwoman since 2016.
It is represented in the following bodies:
- Petitions Committee for Town and Country
- Legal Committee (Chair)
- State Deputation for Home Affairs
In the general election in Bremen in 2019 , she received a list mandate for her party.
- Member of the youth welfare committee in Bremen from 2011 to 2015
- Member of the service union Ver.di
- Member of the judges' council ( staff representation ) at the Bremen District Court from 2013 to 2015
- German Association for Juvenile Courts and Youth Court Assistance - Member of the Board of Directors
- SPD Bremen: Members of the SPD state executive committee Bremen
- Citizenship Election - European Election / Citizenship Election 2019 in the 'Land Bremen' district - overall result. Retrieved June 13, 2019 .
|SURNAME||Aulepp, Sascha Karolin|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German lawyer, Bremen politician (SPD)|
|DATE OF BIRTH||September 24, 1970|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Hanau|