Morgan Carroll

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Colorado

State Senate (Colorado 29)

01/13/2009

Family: Single

Born: 11/24/1971 Denver, CO

Home: Aurora, Colorado

Religion: Jewish

Education: JD, University of Colorado, 2000 BA, Psychology, University of Colorado, 1996

Profession: Owner, Small Business, present Partner, Bradley and Carroll, Professional Company, 2000-present Paralegal, Rebecca L. Bradley, Professional Company, 1992-2000 Manager, Amoco, 1991 Manager, Blockbuster Video, 1990 Dancer/Teacher, Boulder Performing Arts Company Attorney, Civil and Consumer Rights

Political: Senator, Colorado State Senate, 2008-present Representative, Colorado State House of Representatives, 2004-present Precinct Chair, Democratic Party, 2004 Volunteer, Various Campaigns

Congressional Membership: Chair, Majority Caucus, Colorado State House of Representatives Member, Commission on Health Mandates Member, Work Force Development Council, State Workforce Investment Systems

Organization Membership: Member, American Civil Liberties Union, present Member, Amnesty International, present Member, Aurora Chamber of Commerce, present Member, Citizen Lobby for Patients Bill of Rights, present Member, Fourth World Center, present Volunteer, Get Out The Vote Efforts with Jesse Jackson, present Hebrew Teacher, Har Ha Shem, present Co-Founder, International Ethics Society, present Member, Legal Aid, present Member, National Conference of State Legislatures Future Health Care Leaders, present Member, Southern Poverty Law Center, present Member, Together with Wildlife, present Board of Governors, American Trial Lawyers Association, 2002-2005 Member, Colorado Women's Bar Association, 2004 Vice President, Workers Compensation Education Association, 2002-2004 Board of Directors, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, 2001-2004 Member, Colorado Bar Association, 2000 Former Class President, University of Colorado School of Law Former Vice President, Young Democrats, Auraria Campus

Committees:

Health and Human Services

Health and Human Services

Judiciary

Judiciary

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