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Heather Bond Somers

Mayor

Groton RTC

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Groton RTC

P.O. Box 734

Groton, Connecticut,06340

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Lieutenant Governor Candidate

State of CT


Affiliations

Somers

Chairman of the Economic Development Committee


theday.com

Councilor


Energy Efficiency Task Force

Founder


Foley

Chairman of the Economic Development Committee


Hydrofera LLC

Founding Partner


mayor and Town Council

Member


Education

Fitch High School


bachelor of arts degree

economics

University of Connecticut


bachelor's degree

economics

UConn


economics degree

University of Connecticut


Web References(154 Total References)


The Day: Will Somers extend GOP win streak? | Groton Republican Town Committee | Groton, CT

www.grotonrtc.com [cached]

One potential Republican candidate is former Groton Town mayor Heather Somers, who was the Republican Party's candidate for lieutenant governor a year ago.
Somers was an engaging candidate, but the party's gubernatorial nominee, Tom Foley, did not use her effectively. When I talked to her last week, Somers expressed interest in the Senate seat, but indicated it might take some wooing. "If the voters ... of the 18th were calling me to run. If there was a significant outcry for me to, 'Please run, Heather,' I would consider it," she said. While sensitive to the situation - "I wish Andy nothing but the best" - Somers also said the district deserves a fully engaged state senator. We do need that," Somers said.


Heather Somers | Groton Republican Town Committee | Groton, CT

www.grotonrtc.com [cached]

Heather Somers
State Senator 800-842-1421 Senator Heather Somers, a native and resident of Groton, was elected to serve the 18th Senate district in November 2016. As Mayor, Heather established an Energy Efficiency Task Force to evaluate energy saving initiatives throughout the town. Heather spearheaded a School Planning Task Force to address the issues of racial imbalance and aging school infrastructure. Heather also worked tirelessly with the town council to deliver the citizens of Groton two tax decreases during her tenure. A native of Groton, Sen. Somers previously served as the Chairman of the Council's Economic Development Committee and served on the Finance and Public Health committees as well as the Utilities Expansion Steering Committee. She currently serves on the State Commission for Economic Development working to develop and implement the kind of overdue policies needed to improve the state's business climate. Sen. Somers was a founding partner of Hydrofera, a medical device manufacturer that still employs nearly 100 people in Windham County. Heather worked as the Vice President of International Sales and Marketing for Hollister Inc. the medical device company which acquired Hydrofera in 2010. She is the recipient of the Medical Device Excellence Award (2000) and a Silver Award Winner for the Connecticut Women of Innovation Awards (2007).


Local Headlines - WLAD-AM

wlad.com [cached]

Somers is serving her 5th term on the Groton Town Council, who spearheaded a School Planning Task Force to address the issues of racial imbalance and aging school infrastructure.
She holds Bachelor of Arts in Economics from UConn.


CT Blue › Blog archives

ctblueblog.com [cached]

Groton Town Mayor Heather Bond Somers asked fellow councilors [...]


Lt. Gov. Candidate Heather Somers to Headline Opening of GRTC Election HQ - Glastonbury Republicans | Leadership. Experience. Results.

glastonburyrepublicans.org [cached]

On Wednesday, September 17, 2014, Heather Bond Somers will headline an impressive list of local and statewide Republican candidates in attendance at a reception celebrating the opening of the Glastonbury Republican Town Committee's fall election headquarters at 160 New London Turnpike in Glastonbury Center.
The reception begins at 6 o'clock p.m., and is open to the public. Somers was elected as the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor in the party's primary last month, in her first run for statewide office. Somers is a former mayor of the Town of Groton who served for five terms on the Town Council there, and also founded a medical device manufacturing company based in Windham, Connecticut. A Groton native, Somers earned a bachelor of arts degree in economics from the University of Connecticut in 1988.


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