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|Height: 5'5||Weight: lbs.||Alumni Status: B.A. History & Computer Applications, class of 198|
|Location: Dayville, CT||Favorite Baseball Team: none|
|Natural Enemies: Con-artist conservatives, Red Ink Republicans, Corporatist Democrats|
|Athletic Ability:||played high school varsity volleyball and basketball.
Was athletic commissioner for my dorm, Pasquerilla West. Played intramural basketball and flag football at ND
Rode horses, English style, from 1984-2002. Competed in local equestrian adult amateur English classes from 1988-2002. Owned 2 Appaloosas, 1987-2007.
|Sartorial Style:||witty Irish humor, Daily Show and Colbert Report type humor.|
|Favorite Beverage and Consumption Freq:||Pepsi|
|Political Philosophy:||Progressive Democrat, feminist, big supporter of Title IX
Currently am serving a 3rd term as Chair of my town's Democratic Committee and am on my 6th year as Chair of my town's Historic District Commission.
Joined my town's Democratic Committee in 2003.
In 2006, was part of a grassroots Progressive network that helped Ned Lamont overcome a 59 point deficit to defeat then Sen. Joe Lieberman by 4 points in the Democratic Primary. Served on board of CT NOW that year and helped it persuade national NOW to endorse Lamont over Lieberman. NOW was only national feminist group that endorsed Ned Lamont in 2006.
Since 1994, have had published many letters-to-the-editor, mostly on political and feminist issues, in Connecticut newspapers(The Hartford Courant, The New London Day, The Norwich Bulletin, The Villager), the South Bend Tribune and a couple in the USA Today. Have also had a few op eds published. One was published in 2001 in the South Bend Tribune praising ND Women's Basketball Team winning the National Championship and seeing how that feat and the people involved chalked up another victory for Title IX.
|Musical Favorites:||classical and light rock|
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|Miscellaneous Data:||Born in Chicago, grew up 60 miles south in the village of Bradley, IL, next to Kankakee, IL.
My father an one of my paternal uncles were also ND graduates. Born and raised on cheering for ND teams, but also support the expansion and improvement of women's athletics, especially in my favorite sport of basketball.
I was also the first female from my family to attend and graduate from Notre Dame.
I also love gardening and working on small wood crafting projects.