The CAMC Bulletin
Council for America My Country "To Empower to Practise Good Citizenship"

965 Clover Court, Blue Bell, PA 19422 T: (610) 277-0149 F: (610) 277-3992

Jerry Boucher
Im Ja P. Choi
Steve S. Choi
Mary Etezady
Don Kim
Il Hwan Kim
Director for Systems Management
Director for Community Relations
Deputy Director for Voter Registration
(215) 542 - 1000
Director for Outreach
Sang Joo Kim
Tae Shik Kwon
Jae Jin Ma
Choon Ki Yoo
Ae Sook Yoon
Il Joong Yoon
Director for Community Relations
Deputy Director for Outreach
Director for Ageing & Elder Care
Director for Voter Registration

Mary Etezady appointed Advisor

December 28, 1999

Dear Friend:

I am pleased to share with you that Mary Etezady is appointed to serve Advisor to CAMC, effective immediately.

Mary Etezady is president of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania. She is a sociologist with a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania. With a specialty in medical sociology and intervention systems, she has worked with a variety of nonprofit groups, particularly in the areas of mental health and education with an emphasis on program development and evaluation.

Mary has been an active member of the League of Women Voters since 1993. In 1996, she was appointed to the State Board of the League as Director for Social Issues, focusing particularly on family and juvenile justice issues.

From May 1996 to May 1997, she served as project director for the League's Campaign Integrity Project, a statewide initiative to address campaign reform in Pennsylvania by bringing together the major players in the political process to examine Pennsylvania's campaign process and explore recommendations for future reforms. On May 11, 1997, Dr. Etezady was elected to be the 24th President of the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania at the group's biennial convention.

The League's priorities for the new millennium focus heavily on revitalizing civic participation including re-connecting citizens with their communities and the political process, and developing new options to open lines of communication between elected officials and constituents via public forums and online venues.


Sang Joo Kim / signed

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