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Monday, January 16, 2006, 7:00 pm
At: First Baptist Church
140 Regent St., Dover, Ohio
Featuring a keynote address by
Jennette B. Bradley
Treasurer of the State of Ohio
Free and open to everyone, this celebration is for the whole community.
Refreshments will be served by the Tuscarawas County Republican Women and the Tuscarawas County Council of Democratic Women.
Since being sworn in as Ohio’s 45th Treasurer of State in January 2005, Jennette B. Bradley Jennette B. Bradley has focused on ensuring the safety, liquidity and yield of public funds under her authority.
Treasurer Bradley has worked to expand the office’s use of advanced technology, to implement modern and efficient banking practices, and to maintain the integrity of the state’s portfolio.
Treasurer Bradley brings extensive experience in public service and business to Ohio’s State Treasury. Prior to her appointment as Treasurer of State, she made U.S. history as the first African-American woman to be elected lieutenant governor for the State of Ohio. In addition to being lieutenant governor, she served as the director of the Ohio Department of Commerce, one of the state’s chief regulatory agencies.
Prior to serving as Ohio’s lieutenant governor, Treasurer Bradley was a member of Columbus City Council for 11 years. Her previous experience also includes employment in the private sector as a Senior Vice President and Public Funds Manager for a large bank headquartered in Ohio and as Senior Vice President and Public Finance Banker for a national securities firm. She has also been Executive Director of the Columbus Metropolitan Housing Authority.
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