She was elected to the Bundestag on 22 September 2013 in the constituency of Mainz with 40.1 percent of the vote. Education and After graduating from the Maria-Ward School, Mainz in 1984, Groden-Kranich continued her training at the LRP Landesbank Rhineland-Palatinate. She has continued to work for them as an investment advisor from 1989 until 2014.
Groden-Kranich is married and has a daughter.
She is the honorary vice chairman of the German Red Cross in the Mainz-Bingen district, as well as being the chairman in the local branch of Mainz-Hechtsheim. She also sits at the head of the support group for the Street Pankratius Church in her locality.
Groden-Kranich joined the Young Union of Germany (Junge Union), the youth branch of the Christian Democratic Union and Christlich Soziale Union (Christian Social Union), in 1982 and later worked on the board of the Christian Democratic Union in Hechtsheim. Public Offices
In 1994 she was elected to the local council in Hechtsheim and subsequently joined the city council in 1999, on which she still currently serves.
Subcommittee on airport expansion and protection from aircraft noise pollution
Advisory committee “Fluglärmbeirat Layenhof”
Neighbourhood committee for City of Mainz and the Mainz-Bingen region
Governing body for the maintenance of public services in Mainz
Governing body for the “Zentralen Beteiligungsgesellschaft Mainz“ (ZBM)
In 2004 she was elected to be the local representative for Mainz-Hechtsheim and was reelected in 2009.
She decided to succeed Ute Granold and stand as the Christian Democratic Union candidate for the Mainz constituency for the 2013 general election. She was successful and was elected directly to the Bundestag through first preference votes. Due to the subsequent increase in work commitments she decided to retire from her role as the local representative for Hechtsheim in 2014.