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New CSUMC program assistant has background in public health policy

Dawn Hamre

Dawn Hamre, the new program assistant at the Center for the Study of Upper Miwestern Cultures and the Max Kade Institute, comes with a wealth of experience, not only on the UW–Madison campus, but also at Georgetown University. After leaving Georgetown, she worked in the nonprofit sector as paralegal for the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

She has also served as a Kennedy Center volunteer and was a member of the Women’s Committee for the National Symphony Orchestra, participating in youth educational programs and staffing the organization’s major fundraising event.

For now she plans to stay in Wisconsin. She and her husband are in the midst of a major house redesign and landscaping project.

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Last updated: August 11, 2003

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