Gail Hamm

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Democratic, Working Families Connecticut

State House (Connecticut 34)

Family: Husband: Alan Hurst

Born: 08/19/1951 Hillsdale, MI

Home: East Hampton, Connecticut

Religion: Protestant

Education: JD, Valparaiso University, 1978 BA, English/Interpersonal Communication/Political Science, Western Michigan University, 1973

Profession: Attorney/Partner, Friel and Hamm, 1996-present Legislative Liaison, State Commission on Status of Women, 1986-1990 Attorney, Law Offices of Mel Silverman, 1984-1986 Attorney, Law Offices of Arthur Harris, 1979-1984 Legislative Aide, Connecticut State Representative John Mannix, 1979-1980 Law Clerk, Circuit Court Judge Raymond Kickbush, 1978

Political: Assistant Majority Whip, Connecticut State House of Representatives, present Representative, Connecticut State House of Representatives, 1999-present Member, East Hampton Democratic Town Committee, 1991-present Member/Chair, East Hampton Board of Education, 1991-1998 Advance Person, Michigan Gubernatorial Candidate Sander Levin, 1974

Congressional Membership: Chair/Member, Connecticut City Commission on the Status of Women, 1985-1989 Fair Rent Commission, 1985-1987 Advisory Board Member, Connecticut Juvenile Training School

Organization Membership: Member, Connecticut Rivers Alliance, 1998-present Member, Connecticut Bar Association, 1979-present Chair, Norwalk, Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Center, 1980-1998 Chair, Norwalk Commission on Women, 1980-1998 Board of Directors/Chair, Sexual Assault Crisis Services, 1992-1995 Chair, State Relations Committee, Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, 1994 Board of Directors, Connecticut Association of Boards of Education, 1992-1994 President/Member, League of Women Voters, 1981-1988 Incoporator/Member/Board of Directors/Chair, Women's Crisis Center, 1980-1987 Participant, Project Justice, Federal Court Systems, Valparaiso University School of Law, 1977 Member, Chatham Historical Society Member, Friends of East Hampton Library Member, Rotary






Subcommittee on Human Services

Subcommittee on Judicial and Corrections


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