Meg Burton Cahill

Arizona State Senator, 17th District, Democratic  



  • Gender
    Female

    Family
    Husband: Dennis; 1 Child, 3 Stepchildren: Jim, Maret, Lyn, Brendan.

    Hometown
    Tempe, AZ

    Education
    Attending, Doctoral Program, Arizona State University School of Public Programs
    MPA, Arizona State University, 1998
    BFA, Arizona State University, 1976.

    Professional
    Ceramic Artist, Tir na nog Studio, 1982-present
    Intern, Arizona Commission on the Arts, 1999-2000
    Information Officer, Arizona State Senate, 1996
    Ceramic Artist, O'bair Studio, 1976-1982
    Ceramics Instructor, City of Scottsdale, 1980-1982
    Ceramics Instructor, City of Tempe, 1975-1978.

    Political
    Representative, Arizona State House of Representatives, 2000-present.

    Congressional Membership
    Member, Arizona Emergency Medical Services Governing Board, 2004-present
    Member, Libraries and Archives Joint Committee, 2002-present
    Commissioner, Phoenix Mayor's Commission on Disability Issues, 2002-present
    Member, Prison Reform Committee, 2002-present
    Member, State Employee Compensation Joint Committee, 2002-present
    Member, Competitive Electric Metering, Billing, and Collections Committee, 2003-2004
    Member, Regulation Reform and Enforcement Study Committee, 2003-2004
    Member, Emergency Service to Victims of Forcible Rape Committee, 2002-2003
    Member, Emergency Contraceptive, 2002
    Member, Fiscal Accountability Committee, 2002-2003
    Member, Joint Select Committee to Corrections Management, 2002-2003
    Founding Member, Bipartisan Bicameral Children's Caucus.

    Organizations
    Endorser, New Voters Project, January 2004-present
    Appointed Member, Regional Arts Committee, 2003-present
    Field Instructor, Arizona State University School of Public Programs School of Social Work, 2002-present
    Volunteer Artist, Empty Bowls Project, 2002-present
    Endorser/Advocate, Clean Elections, 2000-present
    Member, Hudson Manor Neighborhood Association, 1998-present
    Member/China Coordinator, Tempe Sister Cities, 1992-present
    Member, "Chengdu City Managers Training Project Success", 2003
    Member, Arizona Federal State and Municipal Employee Association, 2002
    Board Member, City of Tempe Arts Center, 1992-1996
    Field Instructor, Arizona State University Center for Asian Studies.

Arizona
Last Update
10/23/2010
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