Vermont General Assembly Members, 2005
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VERMONT HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
ROBERT DOSTIS, M.S., R.D., PhD.
of Waterbury, Washington County, Democrat, was born on October 19, 1958, in Brooklyn, New York, and became a resident of Waterbury
in 1994. He is a Registered Dietitian and the Executive Director of the Vermont Campaign to End Childhood Hunger - a statewide,
non-profit member supported organization. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Fordham University in 1980, a Master's
degree in Clinical Nutrition from Hunter College in 1986, and an Honorary Doctorate Degree from Burlington College in 2004. He
worked 10 years in the restaurant business, four years as a clinical nutritionist, and 14 years as a non-profit administrator.
Robert has lived with his partner since 1984. As foster parents they provided respite care to foster and adopted children. He
serves as Chair of the Northeast Regional Anti-hunger Network, and is a past Board member of the SAMARA Foundation. Member of the
House: 2001-2002, serving on the Commerce Committee, 2003-2004. Home Phone: 244-8734, email: firstname.lastname@example.org and web site:
robertdostis.com. Address: 1087 Shaw Mansion Road, Waterbury Center 05677.
of Waterbury Center, Democrat, Washington County, was born in Bryn Mawr, PA on January 23, 1961. She moved to present town in
1991. She received a BA magna cum laude in sociology from Harvard University (1984), and a MA in city planning from the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1991) with a focus on environmental policy and management. Sue is married to writer
David Goodman, and has two young children. In the late 1980s, Sue founded Boston's first recycling program, for which she
received a Massachusetts Environmental Achievement Award. In 1991, she was the recipient of an Environmental Leadership
Fellowship from the Switzer Foundation. She has worked as a professional planner in Vermont and internationally, addressing land
use planning, transportation policy, downtown revitalization, public involvement, community development and natural resource
management. Minter currently works as a Planning Coordinator for the Vermont Department of Housing and Community Affairs. She
has been active in the community, serving on the Waterbury Planning Commission and coaching youth soccer and figure skating for
many years. Minter has served on the boards of the Waterbury Children's Room and the Vermont Public Interest Research Group.
Member: American Planning Association, Vermont Planners Association, Vermont Scenery Preservation Council. Member of the House:
2005-2006. Postal address: 900 Maggies Way, Waterbury Center, VT 05677. Phone: 244-7955. email: email@example.com.
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