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Helen Stevenson Meyner

congresswoman

Helen Stevenson Meyner, former congresswoman. Member New Jersey Governor's Mansion Morven Public, New Jersey Rehabilitation Commission, 1961—1975; board directors Newark Museum; Member of New Jersey Democratic Policy Council.

Background

Meyner, Helen Stevenson was born on March 5, 1929 in New York City. Daughter of William Edward and Eleanor (Bumstead) Stevenson.

Education

Bachelor in History, Colorado College, 1950. Doctor of Laws (honorary), Colorado College, 1973.

Career

With American Red Cross, Republic of Korea, 1950, United Nations, New York City. Consumer advisory Trans World Airlines. Staff Adlai E. Stevenson.

Columnist Newark Star Ledger, 1962—1969. Hostess television interview program, 1965—1968. Member 94th and 95th Congresses 13th New Jersey District, congressional member, 1972.

Director Prudential Insurance Company, since 1979.

Membership

Member New Jersey Governor's Mansion Morven Public, New Jersey Rehabilitation Commission, 1961—1975. Board directors Newark Museum. Member of New Jersey Democratic Policy Council.

Connections

Married Robert B. Meyner, January 19, 1957.

father:
William Edward Stevenson

mother:
Eleanor (Bumstead) Stevenson

spouse:
Robert B. Meyner