Kay and Representative Ann Pugh talk about the services needed by Vermonters of all ages. They discuss the reasons why legislation should support services which enhance our sense of Vermont as a community.
ANN D. PUGH was born in Rye, NY, and moved to Burlington, VT, in 1976 to begin her career as a social worker. Three years later she moved to her current home in South Burlington. She graduated from Rye Country Day School, Union College (Schenectady, NY) with a BS, Washington University (St. Louis, MO) with a MSW, and UVM with a CAS in Administration and Planning. Previously employed by the Baird Center for Children and Families (Howard Center), Trinity College, and State of Vermont, she now is a full-time faculty member in the Department of Social Work at UVM. She has a stepdaughter. She has long been an active volunteer in the community serving on agency, city, and State boards including the ReSource-VT, Vermont Child Poverty Council, South Burlington Planning Commission, Governor's Commission on Women, Vermont Children's Forum, Vermont Association for Mental Health, NASW VT, and Champlain Drug and Alcohol Services, as well as a member of the Board of Civil Authority and a Justice of the Peace in South Burlington. Currently she is a board member of Howard Center, an advisory board member of the Chittenden County Hunger Council, and a trustee of the Thomas Lawler and Jennie Christy Hayes Foundation. A Democrat, she has been a member of the House since 1993.
Produced by Kay Ryder with facilities provided by Vermont Community Access Media (VCAM) in Burlington, VT.
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