Sandra Thurstan-Greenvald

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Sandra Thurstan-Greenvald (born 15 June 1958 in Jauna Piltene; last name also written as Grinvald or Grinvalda) is a New Courland politician of the Progress and Development Party and as such currently the country's minister of domestic affairs. She succeeded Oliver Murtogg on 6 February 2008 as minister of foreign affairs and has been responsible, among other things, for New Courlands possible accession to the Exumbran Convention, the founding of which took place in August 2012. In December 2013 the government was slightly changed and Thurstan became minister of domestic affairs.

Sandra Thurstan-Greenvald is married to Alfred Thurstan, a teacher at the Altitude Elementary School. They have one daughter, Matilda. The family lives in Altitude.

Foreign affairs ministers of New Courland
Timothy Fowle (1962 - 1963) · Boris Elvidge (1963 - 1966) · Timothy Fowle (1966 - 1971) · Boris Elvidge (1971 - 1972) · Timothy Fowle (1972 - 1976) · Sonja Moloney (1976 - 1978)
Jorge Cario Márquez (1978) · Sonja Moloney (1978 - 1980) · Einars Purgailis (1980 - 1984) · Richard Miles (1984 - 1987) · Māris Zīle (1987 - 1989) · Thomas Slade (1989 - 2006)
Oliver Murtogg (2006 - 2008) · Sandra Thurstan-Greenvald (2008 - 2013) · Andrejs Berķis (incumbent since 2013)