Jolande Sap (born May 22, 1963 in Venlo) was a GroenLinks politician and former educator and civil servant. She replaced Wijnand Duyvendak as an MP (Tweede Kamerlid) on September 3, 2008, after he left the Dutch House of Representatives. Since September 2, 2008 she was temporarily replacing Mariko Peters who was on parental leave but the next day Wijnand Duyvendak officially renounced, so she could succeed him. From December 16, 2010 to October 5, 2012 she was party leader as well as Parliamentary group leader of the GroenLinks party in the House of Representatives, replacing Femke Halsema who announced her retirement from politics as of that date.
Jolande Sap was GroenLinks party leader from December 2010, to October 2012.