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Naomi Long, The Right Honorable, The Lord Mayor of Belfast (2009–2010)

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Belfast City Hall

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Naomi Long was born on 13 December 1971, in east Belfast. She attended Bloomfield Collegiate and graduated from Queen's University Belfast with an Integrated Masters in Civil Engineering. She worked has worked as a consultant engineer and in research. Long was first elected to Belfast City Council in 2001, representing the Alliance Party. In 2009, Long became Belfast's second female Lord Mayor. She served on Council until 2010.

Belfast City Hall


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    oil on canvas

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    69.5 x 69.5 cm (E)

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