Lindgren during midsummer celebrations in June 2020
|Member of The Public Health Board in Karlskoga Municipality|
|Assumed office |
26 April, 2019
|Member of The Moderate School Youth League's National Committee|
|Assumed office |
March 7, 2020
|President of the Moderate Youth League in Karlskoga-Degerfors|
|Assumed office |
|Born||March 12, 2001|
|Political party||Moderate Party|
Emma Amanda Sofia Lindgren (born March 12, 2001) is the current President of the Moderate Youth League in Karlskoga-Degerfors and member of The Public Health Board in Karlskoga Municipality, Sweden.
A native of Örebro County, Lindgren joined the Moderate Youth League in 2018, and by 2020 had risen to the rank of chairman and president of the Moderate Youth League in Karlskoga-Degerfors, a position she still holds. She has served since March 2020 as member of The Moderate School Youth League's National Committee.
Early life and career
Amanda Lindgren was born in Karlskoga, Sweden. Amanda has two older siblings. Her mother's family were of American descent and she is a naturalized American citizen. She descends from German, English, Scottish and Swiss immigrants to the United States.
Following the 2018 general election, Lindgren was active campaigning.
Lindgren assumed her first term in office as vice member of The Public Health Board in Karlskoga Municipality in April 2019. Lindgren had in the following year founded The Moderate Youth League in Karlskoga-Degerfors, a subdivision of The Moderate Youth League in Örebro County, and became its current president.
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