Joan Bray

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Missouri

State Senate (Missouri 24)

Family: Husband: Carl Hoagland; 2 Children: Noel Bray-Hoagland, Kolby Bray-Hoagland

Born: 09/16/1945 Lubbock, TX

Home: University City, Missouri

Religion: Protestant

Education: CAGS, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1971 MEd, Counseling and Human Relations, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1970 BA, English, Southwestern University, 1967

Profession: Adjunct Faculty Member, Webster University, Saint Louis University, 1993, 1994 District Director, Congresswomen Joan Kelly Horn, 1990-1992 Freelance Journalist, Self-Employed, 1989-1990 Editor/Reporter, Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, 1983-1989 Editor, San Antonio Express-News, 1976-1982

Political: Senator, Missouri State Senate, 2002-present Representative, Missouri State House of Representatives, 1992-2002

Congressional Membership: Member, Midwest Interstate Passenger Rail Compact, 2000-present Chair, Midwest High Speed Rail Task Force, 1996-2000 Member, High Speed Rail Task Force, 1996-2000 Governor's Total Transportation Commission, 1996-1997 Governor's Appointee, Commission on Management and Productivity, Efficient Operations Task Force Founding Member, Saint Louis Area Legislators Caucus Saint Louis Metropolitan Infrastructure and Transportation Study Commission

Organization Membership: Board of Directors, Citizens for Modern Transit, present Member, Leadership Saint Louis Alumni Organization, present Chair, Midwest High-Speed Rail Compact, present Member, Saint Louis Forum, present Vice President, The Newspaper Guild, present Hadley/Clayton/Jeffeson Township Democratic Clubs, 1992-present Chair, Rail Working Group, National Conference of State Legislators, 2000-2001 Member, Flemming Fellows Leadership Institute Inaugural Class, 1995

Committees:

Administrative Rules

Appropriations

Commerce, Consumer Protection, Energy, and the Environment

Missouri Health Net

Rules, Joint Rules, Resolutions and Ethics

Small Business, Insurance, and Industry

Transportation

Ways and Means

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