CARPINO NAMED TO WOMEN IN GOVERNMENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Posted on October 30, 2018 by Greg MacKinnon


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Washington, DCWomen In Government, a national non-profit, nonpartisan membership organization representing women state legislators since 1988, approved the 2019 Board of Directors at its October board meeting in Washington, DC. State Representative Christie Carpino was named to the board at the conclusion of the meeting.

“I look forward to representing all of Connecticut in my new role with Women In Government’s Board of Directors. Taking on a leadership role with this bipartisan group of legislators will allow me to continue focusing on important legislative issues while also promoting the role of women within government,” said State Representative Christie Carpino.

Carpino became involved with Women In Government during her first term at the General Assembly in order to exchange ideas and best practices with other legislators nation-wide.

“In this our 30th anniversary year, Women In Government welcomes a great team of legislators and leaders to usher in the next decade,” stated Current Board Chairs, Senator Nancy Todd (D-CO).

Women In Government Foundation, Inc., headquartered in Washington, D.C., is a national, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization of women state legislators. Led by a national Board of Directors consisting of 13 state legislators, WIG provides leadership opportunities, networking, expert forums, and educational resources to address and resolve complex public policy issues to all women state legislators. The organization leads the nation with a bold, courageous and passionate vision that empowers and mobilizes all women legislators to effect sound policy in areas such as healthcare, education, energy, the environment, transportation, criminal justice and the arts.

Incoming Chair Representative Stacey Guerin (R-ME) concurred, stating “Women In Government will continue to provide resources, events and platforms to explore and address the complex policy issues facing states.”

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