About Anna Lo
Following a career break to have her two sons, she joined the Chinese Welfare Association in 1987 as a community interpreter. Four years later she returned to full-time education and qualified as a social worker from the University of Ulster in 1993 and worked in the health and social services trust and Barnardos.
Anna was the first vice chair of the Northern Ireland Council for Ethnic Minorities and a founding commissioner for the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland. She was also the first chair of the South Belfast Partnership Board.
Anna currently sits on various equality committees including the Bill of Rights Forum and the South Belfast Roundtable on Racism.
Anna is Chair of the Environment Committee, a member of the Audit Committee and the party spokesperson for Culture, Arts and Leisure.
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