Joan Millman

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New York

State Assembly (New York 52)

Family: Divorced

Born: 06/20/1940 Brooklyn, NY

Home: Brooklyn, New York

Education: Professional Diploma, Long Island University, 1990 MS, Library Science, Pratt Institute 1974 BA, Brooklyn College, 1962

Profession: Facilitator, New York City Board of Education, Comprehensive School Development Planning, Districts 3 and 4, 1985-1996 Educational Consultant, New York City Council President Carol Bellamy, Senator Martin Connor, 1985-1996 School Librarian, Public School 10, Brooklyn, 1974-1984 Elementary School Teacher, Public School 10, Brooklyn, 1964-1974 Facilitator, Comprehensive School Development and Planning

Political: Assemblymember, New York State Assembly, 1997-present Member, Major Steering Committee, New York State Assembly, present Won Special Election, New York State Assembly, February 1997 Member, Independent Neighborhood Democratic Club, 1980-present Chairperson, Kings County Democratic Committee, 1994-2002 State Committeewoman and Democratic District Leader, 52nd Assembly District, 1982-1998

Congressional Membership: Board Member, Citywide Advisory Committee on Middle School Initiatives, 1995-1996 Board Member, South Brooklyn Enterprise Community Enterprise Zone, 1994-1996 Chair, Assembly Commission on Government Administration Chair, Assembly Task Force on Women?s Issues Board of Directors, New York State Brooklyn Development Zone

Organization Membership: Board Member, Center for Women in Government and CMI Society, State University of New York, Albany, 1998-present Board Member, Pratt Institute, 1998-present Member, Corroll Gardens Association, 1997-present Member, Brooklyn Heights Association, 1978-present Member, United Federation of Teachers Local 2, 1963-present Member, Cadman Towers Association, 1974-2002 Member, Bayridge Business and Professional Women, 1997-2000

Committees:

Aging

Corporations, Authorities and Commissions

Education

Labor

Transportation

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