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Conservation NH | Protecting NH's Environment | Conservation New Hampshire
conservationnh.org, 6 Mar 2016 [cached]
Elizabeth Sears Hager
was in public service for almost three decades: she
was first elected to the New Hampshire Legislature in 1972 and served for thirteen terms before being defeated in the Republican Primary in 2008.
She ran for the Republican nomination for governor in the September 1992 primary election.
Ms. Hager was also a Concord City Councilor, serving as the city's first woman mayor from 1988 to 1990.
She was a delegate to the 1974 and 1984 Constitutional Conventions and was a sponsor of the Equal Rights Amendment, which became a part of the State Constitution in 1975.
Ms. Hager was Executive Director of the United Way of Merrimack County in Concord for fifteen years and retired as Executive Vice President of Granite United Way.
assumed those positions after years of volunteerism, including roles as both President of the Board and Campaign Chair of the Concord
Ms. Hager has also served on the Board of Directors of many organizations: and is currently a founding Board member of the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute and a member of the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Board.
She is also a director of Lincoln Financial Variable Insurance Products Trust.
Elizabeth Hager earned a master's degree from the University of New Hampshire after receiving an undergraduate degree from Wellesley College.
Board of Directors - New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute
www.nhfpi.org, 18 Dec 2015 [cached]
Elizabeth Hager - Chair
Executive Vice President - retired
Granite United Way
www.paulhodesforsenate.com, $reference.date [cached]
Liz Hager Endorses Paul Hodes at Pro-Choice Press Conference
Manchester, NH - Today, at a press conference at the Hodes for Senate headquarters in Manchester, former GOP legislator and current NARAL-Pro Choice America PAC board member Liz Hager endorsed Paul Hodes for Senate.
Standing along side Interim Director of NARAL-Pro Choice New Hampshire Pilar Olivo and Women for Hodes Co-Chair Mary Rauh, Ms. Hager denounced Kelly Ayotte's anti-choice agenda and encouraged women to get out and vote for Paul Hodes.
to Hold Press Conference on Choice with NARAL and Liz Hager
Celebrate Life - August/September, 1990
www.all.org, 4 Feb 2000 [cached]
Elizabeth Hager, a member of the National Abortion Rights Action League, called him about the judicial bypass provision.She said the letter was "very influential" in killing that parental consent bill and another that came up in 1986.The U.S. Supreme Court had ruled in 1979 that parental consent laws had to have judicial bypass provisions to be held constitutional.
Sources: Numerous; for background, contact ALL News
, (540) 659-4171.
Court's abortion rulings ignore unborn, charges scholar.
The nominees are: Kelly D. Clevenger, ...
www.sec.gov, 26 Jan 2007 [cached]
The nominees are: Kelly D. Clevenger, Michael D. Coughlin, Nancy L. Frisby, Elizabeth S. Hager, Gary D. Lemon, Thomas D. Rath, Kenneth G. Stella and David H. Windley.
Coughlin and Rath and Ms. Hager
are standing for election for the first time.
...Coughlin and Rath and Ms. Hager are presently members of the Board of Directors for the JP Fund.
...ELIZABETH S. HAGER
...Elizabeth S. Hager
.Ms. Hager has served on the Board of Directors of the JP Fund for 17 years.She is currently a State Representative for the State of New Hampshire and Executive Director of United Way where she has been employed since 1996.Formerly Ms. Hager was City Councilor and Mayor for the City of Concord, New Hampshire.
...Elizabeth S. Hager