Connie Lawson

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State Senate (Indiana 24)

Family: Husband: Jack; 2 Children: Brandon, Kylie

Born: 04/20/1949 Indianapolis, IN

Home: Danville, Indiana

Religion: Episcopalian.

Education: Attended, Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development, 1998 Diploma, Association of Indiana Counties, 1995 Attended, Darden School of Legislative Leadership

Profession: Co-Owner, Secretary/Treasurer, Lawson and Company, 1980-present Circuit Court Clerk, Hendricks County, 1989-1996 Clerk, Abstract and Title Guaranty Company, 1986-1988 Real Estate Office, Closing Agent/Office Manager, 1970-1988 Co-Owner, Secretary/Treasurer, Lawson Brothers Auctioneers, 1971-1980

Political: Senator, Indiana State Senate, 1996-present Majority Floor Leader, Indiana State Senate, present Vice-Chair, Hendricks County Republican Party, 1994-present Precinct Committee Person, Hendricks County Republican Central Committee, 1993-present

Congressional Membership: Member, Commission on Abused and Neglected Children, 2003-present Chair, Indiana Commission on Mental Health, 2003-present Member, Indiana Republican Platform Committee, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 Chair, Board for the Coordination of Child Care Regulations Chair, Elections and Civic Affairs Committee Former President, Women's Legislative Caucus

Organization Membership: Toll Fellow, Council of State Governments, present Member, Board of Directors, Indiana Youth Services Association, present Member, Plainfield Correctional Facilities, Community Advisory Board, present Member, Putnamville Correctional Facilities, Community Advisory Board, present Board Member, Hendricks College Network, 2003-present Board Member, St. Vincent Pediatric Rehabilitation Center, 2003-present Board Member, Women's Legislative Network of National Conference of State Legislatures, 2000-present Second Vice President, Hendricks County Republican Women's Club, 1995-present Executive Board Member, Women in Government, 2004 State Director, Mid-West Regional Director, Women in Government




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