Gail Chasey
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Gail Chasey

Democrat

State Representative, District 18

New Mexico

Addresses

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Albuquerque
508 Morningside Dr
Albuquerque, NM. 87108
Capitol
490 Old Santa Fe Trail, Room 308
Santa Fe, NM. 87501
Albuquerque District Office
508 Morningside Drive Southeast
Albuquerque, NM. 87108
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Gail Chasey

State Representative, District 18
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77
Years of Age
24
Years of Experience
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Gail Chasey (born April 1, 1944) is an American politician and a Democratic member of the New Mexico House of Representatives representing District 18 since January 1997. She is married to former Attorney General of New Mexico and Speaker of the New Mexico House of Representatives David L. Norvell.

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Experience

Education

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School of Law, University of New Mexico
JD
2008
University of New Mexico
PhD Special Education
1981

Past Positions

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Representative
New Mexico State House of Representatives
1997 - Current
Chief Administrative Officer
EASi Therapy and Diagnostic Services
Former Employee
Family Voices
Former Executive Director
Albuquerque Special Preschool
Former Special Education Teacher
Albuquerque Public Schools
Senior Research Associate
University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center

Other Experience

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Co-Founder
Alta Mira Specialized Family Services
Former Member
Health & Human Services Committee, New Mexico State House of Representatives