Jens Stoltenberg

Secretary-General, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

1987, MA in Economics, University of Oslo. 1979-81, Journalist, Arbeiderbladet; 1981, Information Officer, Norwegian Labour Party; 1985, Member, Executive Committee, Norwegian Labour Party; 1985-89, Executive Secretary, Norwegian Labour League of Youth; 1986-88, leader and member of government-appointed commission on role of men in society; 1989-90, Executive Officer, Research Department, Central Bureau of Statistics; Chairman, JM-DATA; Lecturer in Economics, University of Oslo; 1990-92, State Secretary, Ministry of Environment; Leader, Oslo Labour Party; 1992-2002, Deputy Leader and since 2002, Leader, Norwegian Labour Party; 1992-93, Member of Parliament; 1993, re-elected for four years; 1993-96, Minister of Trade and Energy in Gro Harlem Brundtland's government; 1996-97, Minister of Finance in Thorbjørn Jagland's government; 2000-01 and from 2005, Prime Minister of Norway. Currently, Secretary-General, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

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