Andrew Maynard

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Democratic Connecticut

State Senate (Connecticut 18)

Family: Single

Born: 07/14/1962 New London, CT

Home: Stonington, Connecticut

Religion: Catholic

Education: BA, Government, Connecticut College, 1996

Profession: Mortgage Banking, Dime Bank, 2005-present Director, The Cooley Gallery of Fine Art, 1992-2004 Assistant Director, Quester Gallery, 1983-1989

Political: Majority Whip, Connecticut State Senate, present Senator, Connecticut State Senate, 2007-present Chair, Borough Democratic Committee, 1997-1999, 2004-present Warden, Borough of Stonington, 1999-present Candidate, Connecticut State Senate, District 18, 2004 Burgess, City Council, 1997-1999

Congressional Membership: Officer, Southeastern Connecticut Affordable Housing Alliance, 2006-present Member, Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Steering Committee, 2004-present Member, Southeastern Connecticut Water Authority Advisory Board, 2004-present Member, Governors Commission on Economic Diversification, 2006 Member, Blue Ribbon Affordable Housing Panel, 2002-2006 Commissioner, Community Relations, 1997-1999 Member, Storington Borough Affordable Housing Partnership, 1993-1995 Member, Connecticut Cruise Ship Task Force Member, Connecticut Seafood Council

Organization Membership: Member, Sub Base Realignment Coalition, present Chair, 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness in Southeast Connecticut, 2005-present Member, Board of Governors, Stonington Community Center, 2005-present Vice Chair, Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments, 2005-2006 Treasurer, Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments, 2004-2005 Secretary, Portuguese Holy Ghost Society, 2005 Board of Directors, Habitat for Humanity of Southeastern Connecticut, 1993-1999 Board of Trustees, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship Trust Fund of Greater New London




General Law

Program Review and Investigations

Subcommittee on Conservation and Development

Subcommittee on Elementary and Secondary Education

Subcommittee on Regulation and Protection

Veterans Affairs


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