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Term: Ulichny, Barbara L. 1947

Definition:

(Dem.), 4th Senate District Born Milwaukee, June 10, 1947. Grad. Milw. Lutheran H.S.; B.A. in economics, Northwestern U. 1969. Full-time legislator, Former lecturer, Marquette U.; YWCA program dir.; Bicentennial admin., City of Milwaukee; high school teacher. Member: NCSL Corn, on Federal Taxation, Trade and Economic Development; Wis. NCSL Host Com., Inc. (1990); CSG Business Development Task Force; Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital (bd. of dir.); Milwaukee Ballet Bd.; Professional Dimensions; TEMPO (Executive, Management and Professional Women in Milwaukee); Wis. Women in Gov., Inc. (bd. of dir.); League of Women Voters; Italian Community Center; Water Tower Landmark Trust; Wisconsin Heritages; Taliesin (bd. of dir.); Beta Gamma Sigma Honorary Member, fall 1987. Received Common Council Task Force on Sexual Assault Domestic Violence Community Service Award 1990; Sally H. Eager Hist. Pres. Award 1989; Historic Preservation Achievement Award 1988; Historic Preservationist of the Year Legislative Award 1986; National Organization for Victim Assistance Award 1981; NOW Woman of the Year Award 1980; YWCA Women in Politics Award 1979; Center for Public Representation Public Interest Award 1977; Milwaukee ULICHNY Womens' Center created the Barbara Ulichny Advocate of the Year Award in 1990. Elected to Assembly 1978; reelected 1980 and 1982; elected to Senate 1984; reelected 1988. Biennial Senate committee assignments: 1991 - Education, Economic Development, Financial Institutions and Fiscal Policies (chp., also 1989); Housing, Government Operations and Cultural Affairs (vice chp. since 1987); Transportation and Utilities; State Capitol and Executive Residence Bd. (since 1985); Transportation Projects Comn.; Forward Wisconsin. 1989 - Science, Technology, Communications and Energy; Jt. Com. on Audit; Legis. Conn. Corns. on Educational Programs in Adult Correctional Institutions (vice chp.), to Review Sexual Assault Laws (chp.), on Teenage Pregnancy Prevention and Related Issues; Crime Victims Council (chp. since 1981). 1987 - Economic Development, Financial Institutions and Fiscal Policies (chp.). Telephone: Office: (608) 266-5830; District: (414) 962-2864. Voting address: 3063 North Murray Avenue, Milwaukee 53211. Mailing address: Office: Room 33 South, State Capitol, P.O. Box 7882, Madison 53707-7882. (Blue Book 1991-92)

The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the Barbara L. Ulichny Papers for details.

[Source: Blue book]
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