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Cindy RosenwaldDEMDemocrat State Senator, District 13
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Lucinda "Cindy" Rosenwald (born April 23, 1954) is a Democratic state senator for the 13th district of New Hampshire, representing six of Nashua's nine wards since 2018. Rosenwald serves on the Senate Capital Budget, Executive Departments & Administration, and Finance committees. She previously was a member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, representing the Hillsborough 30th District from 2004 until 2018. In the 2006 elections, when the Democrats took over the state house, Rosenwald was one of two freshman representatives to be placed in leadership. Rosenwald received her bachelor's degree from Harvard University and her master's degree from Rivier College. Prior to politics, she worked as a writing instructor at Rivier, as well as at New Hampshire College (now Southern New Hampshire University) and UMass Lowell, where she was eventually made an adjunct professor.On November 6, 2018, Rosenwald defeated David Schoneman to succeed retiring Senator Bette Lasky.

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Education4 - 4 of 2
Rivier College
MA Literature
1997
Harvard University
BA Fine Arts
1976
Past Positions1 - 11 of 11
Deputy Minority Leader
New Hampshire State Senate
2020 - Current
Senator
New Hampshire State Senate
2018 - Current
Deputy Minority Leader
New Hampshire State House of Representatives
2015 - 2018
Representative
New Hampshire State House of Representatives
2004 - 2018
Member
Council of Selectman, City of Nashua
2003 - 2005
Adjunct Faculty Member
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
1998 - 2005
Associate
Community Relations, Southern New Hampshire Medical Center
1991 - 1998
Vice President
Ted Bates Advertising, New York
1979 - 1988
Former Instructor
New Hampshire College, Nashua
Former Instructor
Rivier College, Nashua
Former Instructor
University of Massachusetts, Lowell
Other Experience1 - 12 of 12
Member
Legislative Affairs Committee, Nashua Continuum of Care
2006
Secretary
Hillsborough County Democrats
2006
Former Chair
National Legislative Association on Prescription Drug Prices
Member
Hillsborough County Executive Committee
Member
National Conference of State Legislatures Health Committee
Member
Task Force on Health Reform Implementation
Former Chair
New Hampshire State House of Representatives Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee
Former Member
Finance - Division III Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives
Former Member
Finance Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives
Former Member
Rules Committee, New Hampshire State House of Representatives
Former Member
Executive Departments and Administration Committee, New Hampshire State Senate
Former Member
Capital Budget Committee, New Hampshire State Senate