Edith G. Prague

Connecticut State Senator, 19th District, Democratic  



  • Gender
    Female

    Family
    Widowed: Franklin; 4 Children: Susan, Shelley, Benay, Joanne.

    Hometown
    Columbia, CT

    Education
    MA, Social Work, University of Connecticut, 1975
    BS, Education, Eastern Connecticut State University, 1965.

    Professional
    Newspaper Columnist, Medicare Mailbox, 1977-present
    Medical Social Worker, Natchaug Valley Community Health Agency, 1976-1982
    Interim Administrative Assistant, Horace Porter School, 1975-1976
    School Teacher, Horace Porter School, 1970-1972
    Teacher, F.R. Hoble School, 1965-1970
    Licensed Certified Health Insurance Consultant.

    Political
    Assistant President Pro Tempore, Connecticut State Senate, present
    Senator, Connecticut State Senate, 1994-present
    Representative, Connecticut State House of Representatives, 1982-1990
    Board of Education, Columbia, 1977-1982.

    Religion
    Hebrew

    Congressional Membership
    Commissioner, Department of Aging, State of Connecticut, 1990-1992
    Delegate, White House Conference on Aging.

    Organizations
    Corporator, Board of Trustees, Windham Hospital, 1990-2004
    Honorary Chair, American Cancer Drive
    Member, Columbia Historical Organization
    Board of Directors, Community Health and Home Care of Northeastern Connecticut
    Delta Kappa Gamma Society International
    Member, Drug and Alcohol Council
    Board of Directors, Eastern Connecticut Area Agency on Aging
    Member, Alumni Foundation, Eastern Connecticut State University
    Member, Horace Porter Library
    Incorporator, Manchester Memorial Hospital
    Organization of Women Legislators
    Honorary Chair, United Way of Windham
    Dean's Advisory Committee, University of Connecticut School of Social Work
    Visiting Nurse and Homecare of Eastern Connecticut
    Board of Directors, World Association for Children And Parents (WACAP) Community Health Clinic
    Board Member, Windham Hospital.

Connecticut
Last Update
11/14/2009
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