Governor appoints Senecal to Commission on Women

Senecal

MONTPELIER — Gov. Phil Scott has appointed Lisa Senecal to serve on the Vermont Commission on Women, the state’s nonpartisan commission working to advance rights and opportunities for women and girls. “Lisa’s background and commitment to raising awareness for issues of importance to women, and leadership in advocating to advance opportunities for women, will be a tremendous asset on the commission and for its important mission,” said Scott. Senecal is a marketing and communications professional and small-business entrepreneur. A fourth-generation Vermonter, she attended Norwich University as a civilian student. She has launched and run three successful small businesses, including an award- winning children’s entertainment company and a New Media issue advocacy consulting firm. Today, she divides her time between large-scale event management, writing and communications consulting.

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