Jocelyn Davies (born 18 June 1959, Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales) is a Plaid Cymru politician and was a member of the National Assembly of Wales, list member for South Wales East from 1999 until 2016. She was Deputy Minister for Housing and Regeneration. in the Labour/Plaid coalition government from 2007 until 2011.
|Member of the Welsh Assembly|
for South Wales East
6 May 1999 – 4 April 2016
|Preceded by||New Assembly|
|Succeeded by||Steffan Lewis|
|Born||18 June 1959|
Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales
|Political party||Plaid Cymru|
|Alma mater||Harris Manchester College, Oxford|
After attending Newbridge Grammar School, she read Law at Harris Manchester College, Oxford. One of the first lay-inspectors of schools in 1993. Davies is married to Newbridge councillor Mike Davies. In 2004, she discovered tissue samples from their daughter, stillborn 16 years previously, were still being held in a Newport hospital.
Jocelyn has three children.
She retired from the Assembly at the 2016 election.
Davies currently sits on the Audit Risk and Assurance Committee for the Future Generations Commissioner for Wales.
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| Assembly Member for South Wales East
| Deputy Minister for Housing
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