Stephanie Paulmeno, Democrat for 150th District

Candidate Stephanie Paulmeno has a background in the health industry.

General Information

Name : Stephanie R. Paulmeno
Date of birth : November 11, 1947
Place of residence : Old Greenwich, CT 



College : St. Thomas Aquinas
Degree : Bachelor's Degree
Year of graduation : 1980

Grad school

University : College of New Rochelle
Degree : Masters of Science in Gerontology. Also a post-Masters certificate as a CT Licensed Nursing Home Administrator from Quinnipiac University.
Year of graduation : 1981

Employment Information

Job titles held : CEO, Director of Community Health Planning, Regional Psychogeriatric Coordinator, Division Director for Nursing, Acting Administrator, Assistant Administrator, Administrator, Director of Nursing, Executive Director, Administrator/Clinical Director, Director of Infection Control/Staff Development
Employers : Self employed:Global Health Systems Consultants, LLC, Sterling Care, LLC, Town of Greenwich, Greenwich Adult Day Care, Inc., New Medico, Harlem Valley Psychiatric Center, NY Hospital-Cornell MEdical Center-WEstchester Division, Greenwich Woods

Political Information

Party affiliation : Democrat
Running for a: State office
Running for position: State Representative: District 150
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices : Greenwich Representative Town Meeting in District 6
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : No unsuccessful bids for elected office

Campaign Manager

Name : Austin Finan
Title : Campaign Manager


Website : www.PaulmenoForCTStateRep.org
Twitter : @PaulmenoForCTRep

Other facts

1. Commissioner: Appointed Commissioner on the Commission on Health Equity in Hartford

2. Appointed Commissioner: Greenwich Commission on Aging

3. Board of Directors, South West Regional Mental Health Board

4. Chairman, Lower Fairfield County Regional Action Council

5. Greenwich Hospital ADvisory Board

6. Stamford Hospital Patient & Family Advisory Board

7. Former a)CT White House Conference on Aging member, b)Board member of the CT Alzheimer's Association c)Office for the Aging and d)Literacy Volunteers of Greenwich-Stamford

8. Former Chair of the Sustinet sub-committee on Local and Community Initiatives

9. Former Chairman of the Board of TAG, the Transportation Association of Greenwich and served on the Selectman's Transportation Committee under Stephanie Sanchez

10. Worked on the State plans for cancer, heart disease and stroke prevention

11. Founding President of the CT Foundation for Suicide Prevention

12. Through my many years of collaborative initiatives and work on committees and work groups across the state I have many contacts including top-level Hartford connections.

Vicki Alton September 13, 2012 at 07:37 PM
I just read your article in the Stamford Advocate. I can’t understand how we as a country we can kill our innocent children. It is not the child’s fault they were conceived; it’s the donor’s fault, both the mother and father. We have an obligation to cherish life, no matter what the Supreme Court mandates. As to your statement, there are not enough adoptive families; have you checked to see how many people go to other countries and adopt? I have a number of friends who have waited years for a foreign child. Instead of killing why not teach abstinence? There is too much free sex and not enough people saying NO, so they take the easy way out, let's kill the kid, the government said it's OK. Many of those same women have regretted their decision. Just for the record I am a register Democrat, but this is the year I change my party affiliation. My God have mercy on our country. Vicki Alton
Vicki Alton September 13, 2012 at 07:38 PM
I'm sure she is happy I do not live in Greenwich, because she would not get my vote


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