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Women in Public Policy Feb. 2007

Rep. Theresa Ulmer, Democrat, District 24 (access required)

Rep. Theresa Ulmer brings a multi-faceted background to the Legislature, representing Yuma’s District 24. She has been a self-employed beauty consultant since 2000, and from 1991 to 2000 she was a self-employed financial accountant. Before that, Ulmer was a business ...

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Pamela Gates, attorney, Bryan Cave LLP (access required)

Pamela Gates, a finalist for the 2006 ATHENA Award, juggles a demanding career as an environmental attorney for Bryan Cave LLP with a family and civic engagements. She serves on the board of United Methodist Outreach Ministries, is active in ...

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Helen Purcell, Maricopa County recorder (access required)

Helen Purcell, Maricopa County’s recorder and election director, shows no signs of slowing down – even in an off-election year. Managing her time is Purcell’s biggest challenge, as she oversees recording 1 million documents annually and modernizing the state’s largest ...

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F. Ann Rodriguez, Pima County recorder (access required)

Pima County Recorder F. Ann Rodriguez, the first Hispanic woman to be elected to countywide office in Arizona, is credited with automating and modernizing her department. She serves on many boards, such as Kids Voting, El Centro Cultural de las ...

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