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University of Bridgeport Graduation
Sunday, May 8
Senator Moore will serve as the graduation commencement speaker.
Andre & Clara Mertens Theater
Arnold Bernhard Arts & Humanities Center
University of Bridgeport
84 Iranistan Ave., Bridgeport
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November 16, 2015 — Senators Marilyn Moore and Ed Gomes were joined by Veterans’ Affairs Commissioner Sean Connolly in presenting three dozen Wartime Service Medals to Bridgeport veterans at a ceremony at the University of Bridgeport.
View the photo gallery of the complete event on Flickr. This includes photos of all the recipients and much more.
Marilyn Moore was elected in 2014 to serve the 22nd State Senatorial District communities of Trumbull, sections of Bridgeport and Monroe.
As a lifelong Bridgeport resident and community activist, Marilyn has been a force in advocating for health equity, living wage, and legislation that supports and protects Connecticut communities. Recognizing the rapid increase in morbidity and mortality rates among low income minority women with breast cancer, Moore founded and became President and CEO of The Witness Project, which seeks to address and reduce breast cancer mortality.
In addition, Marilyn has tackled the war against hunger by serving and being a member of several boards in Connecticut, including, End Hunger CT, Network Support Team Connecticut Food Systems Alliance, and the Food Solutions New England Coalition.
As a result of her unwavering passion and dedication to fighting for food equity in Connecticut, the City of Bridgeport has formed the Food Policy Counsel, which integrates all agencies of the city in a common effort to improve the availability of safe and nutritious food at reasonable prices for all residents, particularly those in need.
Marilyn’s accomplishments in improving the quality of life for Connecticut residents have earned her local and national acclaim over the past ten years, with her most recent award in 2011 from the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club.
By working in diverse situations and economies, Marilyn has developed the strength and capacity to ensure that her constituents are fairly represented in an increasingly challenging economy.
Marilyn attended the University of Bridgeport and remains a Bridgeport resident.
Legislative Office Building
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
Transforming Youth Justice: A Leadership Development Program
Sponsored by The Tow Youth Justice Institute
Participants in the Transforming Youth Justice: A Leadership Development Program will come from the Greater New Haven area and will form a core group of individuals dedicated to transforming youth justice and developing their personal leadership skills. Participants will be actively involved in youth justice and employed in positions as mid-level managers.
Applications are available at www.newhaven.edu/TowInstitute and are DUE by February 25, 2016. Accepted Applicants will be notified by March 7, 2016.
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October 20, 2015 — Senator Moore and Connecticut Department of Veterans’ Affairs Commissioner Sean Connolly were joined dozens of Trumbull veterans for a Wartime Service Medal ceremony held at the Trumbull Veterans Hall. The veterans were recognized for their time served in the country’s armed forces.
September 17, 2015 — Senator Moore tours the Trumbull Farmers Market sponsored by the Nichols Improvement Association (NIA).