Eva-Maria Kröger was born on June 16th, 1982. She grew up in Dierkow, where she attended a high school until 1999. In 2001, she graduated from the former “Goethe-Gymnasium”, which is now known as the “Innerstädtische Gymnasium”.
Already during the school time her daughter Luca Victoria was born. Luca Victoria is now a trained kindergarten teacher.
After graduating from high school, Eva-Maria Kröger started studying political science and public law at the University of Rostock. After completing her bachelor’s degree, Mrs. Kröger moved with her daughter in 2004 to Tübingen and continued her master’s degree.
Since the end of 2006, she lived and worked in Mannheim until she moved back to Rostock two years later. Back in Rostock, Mrs. Kröger began her political involvement in the“DIE LINKE” party.
In the spring of 2009, she was elected to Rostock City Council, where she was the chair of her council group for 13 years. Meanwhile, as a part of her voluntary commitment, Mrs. Kröger was for several years also the chairperson of the Volkstheater Rostock supervisory board.
In 2012, Mrs. Kröger married Kay Spieß, then state director of the “DIE LINKE” party in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. In 2018, her husband passed away after a long illness. Today, Mrs. Kröger lives in a partnership.
In 2016, Mrs. Kröger ran for the state parliament of Mecklenburg- Western Pomerania and was elected via the list of the “DIE LINKE” party. Until her election as mayor, she was there involved in the areas of housing, construction, digitalization, art, culture, petitions and funeral law.
Mrs. Kröger is currently still a cashier in the Christopher Street Day association in Rostock, a task she enjoyed very much and will soon hand over.
The port city of Rostock
The port city of Rostock celebrated its 800th birthday in 2018, and its history is inextricably linked to the port and shipping. Ferries, RoRo ships, cargo ships and cruise-liners are the merchant and passenger vessels found in the harbour today. With over 25 million tonnes of goods handled
Social affairs and health
Klinikum Südstadt (KSR) - the biggest municipal Hospital in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
The Klinikum Südstadt Rostock has been providing the people of greater Rostock and parts of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern with specialist medical care since 1965. As a regional, non-university tertiary hospital, the Klinikum treats more than 30,000 inpatients and semi-inpatients
Education and science
Rostock is a historic centre for science, with a number of different research institutes. Students and scientists have been shaping the Hanseatic city since the founding of the university 600 years ago.
Rostock BusinessRostock Business
Rostock Business, the city’s business and technology development company, helps businesses establish themselves, expand and perform their economic activities. In doing so, and in its capacity as a full-service provider for businesses and investors, it focuses on finding suitable solutions in every Situation.
Culture, leisure and sport
Congresses and Events
While Warnemünde and Markgrafenheide are established seaside resorts a long time and, along with Diedrichshagen and Hohe Düne, are among the four seaside resorts of Rostock
The City of Rostock benefits from international cooperation with other cities and their institutions at different levels.
A homely city or romantic fishermen"s village, Middle Age architecture or a magical coastal landscape, paintings, theatre and large ships, Rostock has something on offer for everyone. In the summer the city with its own seaside resort changes to a seaside resort with its own city and they are both very popular.