Luciana Berger was elected Member of Parliament for Liverpool Wavertree at the age of 28. Since then, she has held various shadow ministerial positions, including the first ever Shadow Cabinet Minister for Mental Health until she stood down from politics in 2019..
Luciana Berger was elected as the Member of Parliament for Liverpool Wavertree in 2010. Since then, she has held various shadow ministerial positions, including Shadow Minister for Energy and Climate Change, Shadow Minister for Public Health and was the first ever Shadow Cabinet Minister for Mental Health.
Luciana is a member of the Health and Social Care Select Committee. Having left the Labour Party in February, she currently sits with The Independent Group, which she co-founded, in Parliament.
Luciana is an advisory board member of the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, a Vice President of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, a Vice President of the Jewish Leadership Council and an honorary fellow of the University of Liverpool’s Heseltine Institute.
Luciana has received a number of awards for her work including the Jo Cox Memorial Award for Bravery & Heroism at the #No2H8 Crime Award in September 2018, and the Jewish Care Woman of Distinction Award 2019. She was featured in the 2019 Vogue 25 - a list of 25 'high-powered and visionary women whose work is shaping Britain’s future.’