Baroness Eluned Morgan AM

Assembly Member, National Assembly of Wales

Mair Eluned Morgan, Baroness Morgan of Ely (born 16 February 1967), is the shadow minister for Wales in the House of Lords and speaks on behalf of the Labour Party. She is also a shadow whip in the Lords. In May 2016 she was elected from the Mid and West Wales regional list as an Assembly Member in the National Assembly of Wales.

For 15 years a Member of the European Parliament representing Mid and West Wales. On leaving the Parliament she worked as the Director of National Development for SSE in Wales (SWALEC) from 2009 to June 2013 where she was responsible for establishing the new SWALEC Smart Energy Centre in Treforest.

On 19 November 2010 it was announced that Morgan had been granted a life peerage and would sit on the Labour benches of the House of Lords, and was gazetted on 27 January 2011 as Baroness Morgan of Ely, of Ely in the City of Cardiff.

In 2015 Morgan was selected as a candidate for the 2016 National Assembly for Wales election on the Mid and West Wales regional list.On 5 May 2016 she was elected from the regional list as an Assembly Member in the National Assembly of Wales.

Notes from Baroness Morgan's presentation can be found here and a link to her Facebook page here.