Natacha Bouchart

About

Natacha Bouchart began her career in 1986 as a collaborator with Jean-Paul Delevoye then, became parliamentary assistant to Claude Demassieux, deputy for the 7th district of Pas-de-Calais, from 1993 to 1997.

Particularly sensitive to the integration of young people, she is coordinator of the parliamentary mission “Young people 10-18 years and their relations with the associative world in disadvantaged neighborhoods”.

She continued her career as an assistant to the coordinating director of the Saint-Pierre school complex in Calais and was also responsible for staff there until 2008.

In 2001, she became municipal councilor for the city of Calais and chaired the UMP group.

Natacha Bouchart is elected Mayor of Calais after 37 years of communism thanks to a popular and social opening list.

She also chairs Calais Promotion, the Calaisis economic development agency, and holds the vice-presidency in charge of economic development for the Calaisis agglomeration.

Natacha Bouchart Regional Councilor for Nord-Pas-de-Calais from 2004 to 2011, was elected Senator for Pas-de-Calais in September 2011.

Re-elected Mayor of Calais in March 2014, Natacha Bouchart became vice-president in charge of economic development for the metropolitan area of ​​the Côte d’Opale (PMCO) in September of the same year.

She was appointed national secretary of the UMP in charge of the City on December 9, 2014 by Nicolas Sarkozy.

Today, it wishes to use its functions to defend the interests of local communities, the territories to which it is attached and, of course, Calaisis.

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