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State legislator

Charlotte Houde-Quimby, American former state legislator.

Background

Houde-Quimby, Charlotte was born on May 10, 1938 in Nashua, New Hampshire, United States.

Education

Bachelor of science in nursing in Nursing, St. Anselm College, 1960. MSN, Yale University School Nursing, 1972. Certified in Geography Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, 1990.

Career

Maternal child health chair Yale University School of Nursing, 1972—1978. Nurse-midwife Thomas Hanson Doctor of Medicine Primary Care, 1978—1983. Nurse-midwifery service director Dartmouth Hitchock Medical Center, 1983—1990, women's health coordinator, 1993.

Senior technical advisor American College of Nurse Midwives, 1994—1998. Board member Plainfield School Board, 1998—2001. Consultant University of Alabama Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome International Training Program, 2001.

Senior associate Emory University School of Nursing, 2003—2004. Visiting senior associate Emory University Lillian Carter Center for International Nursing, 2004. Workshop leader Centering Pregnancy and Parenting, 2004—2008.

Member Sullivan District 01 New Hampshire House of Representatives, New Hampshire, 2004—2011.

Connections

Married William C. Houde-Quimby. Children: Robert, John, David, Matthew, Judith, Beth.

spouse:
William C. Houde-Quimby

children:
Robert Houde-Quimby

John Houde-Quimby

David Houde-Quimby

Matthew Houde-Quimby

Judith Houde-Quimby

Beth Houde-Quimby