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Natalie MEYER

Natalie MEYER, American Secretary-of-State for Colorado. Honorary Lifetime Member, Colorado Committee of Elected Officials for Soviet Jewry; Honorary Member, Lion’s Club. Women in State Government; National Association, of Secs.-of-State; Colorado and International Women's Forum; Council of State Govts./Chairwoman, Strategic Planning for State Govts. Sub-Committee.

Background

  • MEYER, Natalie was born on May 20, 1930 in Henderson, North Carolina, United States of America. Daughter of Ranie Thomas Clayton and Mary Clayton (née Johnson).

  • Education

    • University of Northern Iowa, Bachelor of Arts, 1951

    Career

    • Committeewoman, Arapahoe County Representative Committee, Colorado, 1960-1983, Vice-Chair, 1967-1974. Campaign Manager for Congressman Bill Armstrong, 1974. Political Director, Colorado, 1980.

      Legislative Director, Colorado State Republican Party, 1980-1981. Presidential Appointee, 19-Member delegation to observe Philippine elections, 1986. Leader, State Leadership Initiative delegation to USSR (trade, business and cultural focus), 1989.

      Secretary-of-State, Colorado, since 1983. Professional career: teacher, Jefferson County School, Colorado, 1951-1957. Principal and teacher, Ascension Lutheran Midweek School, 1966-1978.

      Leasing Director, Von Frelick Association, Colorado, 1972.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican Party

    Religion

    Lutheran.

    Membership

    • Women in State Government; National Association, of Secs.-of-State; Colorado and International Women's Forum; Council of State Govts./Chairwoman, Strategic Planning for State Govts. Sub-Committee

    Personality

    Interests

    Recreations: golf, bridge, reading. Good government. Republican Cttees.

    Connections

    • father: Ranie Thomas Clayton
    • mother: Mary Clayton (née Johnson)
    • spouse: Harold Lee Meyer
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