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Jonathan Harris, a former state senator and mayor with more than three decades of experience in Connecticut politics, was named executive director of the Connecticut Democratic State Central Committee. He served six years in the Connecticut Senate representing the 5th District towns of Bloomfield, Burlington, Farmington and West Hartford. During his time in the Senate, he served as co-chair of the Human Services Committee and later as co-chair of the Committee on Public Health. Prior to his service in the Senate, Jonathan was mayor of West Hartford from 2001-04. He most recently was deputy treasurer in the Connecticut Office of the Treasurer. Aileen Josephs serves as co-chair of Florida Voices for Immigration Reform, a mainstream coalition that seeks to act as a bridge between Republicans and Democrats, encouraging legislators to pass an immigration system that promotes legal migration. An immigration attorney, Aileen has represented thousands of Guatemalan nationals over the past two decades. Recognizing her efforts over the years, the Guatemalan government named Aileen “Honorary Consul of Guatemala” for Palm Beach County in 2007. Congratulations to Brian Goldstein, who was named dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at La Salle University. He is a speech-language pathology expert in the area of communication development and speech sound disorders in Latino children. He has worked for more than 15 years at Temple University, where he most recently served as associate dean in the College of Health Professions and Social Work. Bonnie Tucker joined Fletcher/CSI, which provides competitive intelligence for clients, as vice president of the technology practice. She has more than 15 years of experience in market intelligence and technology. Prior to joining Fletcher/CSI, Bonnie spent four years at ABI Research, where she managed relationships with key strategic global accounts and operators.
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