Meg Burton Cahill

Arizona State Senator, 17th District, Democratic  

  • Gender

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

    Tempe, AZ

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

    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.

    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.

    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.

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