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Hannah Blythyn AM was the first openly lesbian woman to be elected to the National Assembly for Wales in May 2016 and represents the Delyn constituency. From North East Wales, Hannah became involved in student politics and campaigns while at University and later worked for the Unite Union. Before being elected to the Assembly, she was Head of Political Strategy at Unite Wales and co-Chair of LGBT Labour. Stonewall Cymru identified her as one of their LGBT Role Models and she appeared on the Pinc List 2016 as one of the 40 most influential LGBT people in Wales.