|Born||02.07.1959, Geryong, Kojo|
|Education||Káurēbi (Primary school) and Midirēbi (Middle School) in Geryong. Shōminagara (High School) in Negeze, near Pyingshum.|
|Alma Mater||Ginjin Ōnagara in Pyingshum,|
|Occupation||CEO of Pyingshum Arang-Tōjitsu; Authority for Public Transportation in Pyingshum|
Lagálde Kurishin is a Kojolese politician and business woman, currently being CEO of the Pyingshum Arang-Tōjitsu who manages Public Transportation in the country's capital Pyingshum. She was born in Geryong, Sappaér-iki to a train conductor and his Ataraxian wife. While studying communication and design as well as social studies at Ginjin Ōnagara inPyingshum from 1978 to 1985, she became an active member of the Ra'ékomsha so Kushuen (vaguely "Conservatives' Party") and functioned as a consultant and department leader for infrastructure. Since 1998 she has been appointed CEO of PAT, and has achieved broad and positive recognition across political parties and in the public by stripping the agency of unnecessary bureaucracy and modernising the rolling stock and station layout, while simultaneously lowering costs and fares; as a result she remained in office throughout political changes in the city's administration.