Noreen Connell

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Noreen Connell


Noreen Connell is a New York socialist activist.

Education

Noreen Connell received an M.A. in Sociology from the New School for Social Research and a B.A. in Sociology from Beloit College, Wisconsin.[1].

Department of Labor

From 1983 to 1984, Connell was an assistant commissioner of the New York State Department of Labor.[2]

Activism/writing

From 1984 to 1988, Ms. Connell was the state president of the National Organization for Women. From 1983 to 1984, she was an assistant commissioner of the New York State Department of Labor. Her publications include articles on education and work/family issues that have appeared in: City Limits News Magazine, Dollars & Sense, The Nation, New Labor Forum, New York Newsday, Social Policy, The Utne Reader Setting the NYS Policy Agenda[3].

Educational Priorities Panel

Since 1989, Noreen Connell has been the executive director of the Educational Priorities Panel[4].

DSA member

In 1994 Noreen Connell was a member of the Democratic Socialists of America. She was the chair of the New York State National Organization of Women and was the director of and education lobby group in New York.[5]

National Jobs For All Coalition

In 2010, Noreen Connell was listed as serving on the advisory board of the Democratic Socialists of America dominated National Jobs For All Coalition.[6]

Writing

Connell's publications include articles on education and work/family issues that have appeared in: City Limits News Magazine, Dollars & Sense, The Nation, New Labor Forum, New York Newsday, Social Policy, The Utne Reader.[7]

References