Amanda Aguirre

Arizona State Senator, 24th District, Democratic  



  • Gender
    Female

    Family
    Divorced; 2 Children: Amanda, Anibal Jr.

    Hometown
    Yuma, AZ

    Education
    MA, Nutrition, California State University, Los Angeles, 1981
    BS, Chemistry, University of Sonora.

    Professional
    Chief Executive Officer/President, The San Luis Walk-In Clinic, Incorporated, 2004-present
    Chief Executive Officer/President, Regional Center for Border Health, Incorporated, 1991-present
    Executive Director, Western Arizona Health Education Centers, 1991-2003
    Clinical Dietetic Internship, Center for Developmental Disabilities, Children's Hospital, Los Angeles.

    Political
    Senator, Arizona State Senate, 2006-present
    Representative, Arizona State House of Representatives, 2003-2006
    Appointed, Arizona State House of Representatives, February 2003.

    Religion
    Catholic

    Congressional Membership
    Member, National Caucus of Environmental Legislators, 2006-present
    Member, Health Committee, National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators, 2005-present
    Member, Governor's Commission on the Health Status of Women and Their Families, 1999-present
    Agriculture, Environment and Energy Committee Member, National Conference of State Legislature, 2007-2008
    Health Committee Member, National Conference of State Legislators, 2007-2008
    Transportation Committee Member, National Conference of State Legislators, 2007-2008
    Member, Arizona Homeland Security Coordinating Council, 2005, 2007
    Member, Arizona-Mexico Commission, 2007
    Member, Arizona Rural Legislators Caucus, 2007
    Member, Arizona Legislators Hispanic Caucus, 2007
    Member, Arizona Center for Public Health Preparedness Advisory Committee, 2005
    Member, Health Committee of the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators, 2005
    Member, Arizona State Citizen Corps Council, 2004
    Member, Good Neighbor Environment Board an Advisory Board, 2003
    Member, Arizona Governor’s Homeland Security Council, 2003-2006
    Member, United States-Mexico Border Health Commission, 2000-2003
    Member, Arizona-Mexico Commission, Arizona Rural Legislators Caucus
    Member, Joint Legislative Statewide Health Care Task Force.

    Organizations
    Member, Arizona Center for Public Health Preparedness Advisory Committee, 2005-present
    Member, Good Neighbor Environment Board, 2003-present
    Member, Arizona State Citizen Corps Council, 2004
    Co-Founder, Nuestros Niños Foundation
    President, Rio Colorado Commission.

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Last Update
10/23/2010
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