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Lauren Rochelle Hammond

senate consultant

Lauren Rochelle Hammond, American senate consultant. Recipient Community Service award Women's Civic Improvement Club, Sacramento, 1992.

Background

Hammond, Lauren Rochelle was born on November 27, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, United States. Daughter of David Frederick and Percy Winona (McIntyre) Hammond.

Education

Bachelor in Government, California State University, Sacramento, 1977. Associate of Arts in General Education, Sacramento City College, 1977. Postgraduate, University of Pacific, 1981.

Career

Fellow State Attorney General, Sacramento, 1980-1981. Assistant special services California Senate, 1981-1985, production assistant newsletter program, 1985-1988, administrative assistant rules committee, 1988-1993, consultant rules committee, since 1993. Consultant Sacramento County Board Education, 1992.

Advisor various Democratic candidates Los Angeles, Sacramento, 1991-1996. Member Assembly District 9 Committee.

Membership

Member County Health Council, Sacramento, 1994. Treasurer African American caucus California Democratic Party, 1994-1996. Vice chair, commissioner County Project Planning Committee, Sacramento, 1995-1997.

Delegate Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 1996. Elected member Sacramento City Council, District 5, 1997, re-elected, 1998. Vice mayor City of Sacramento, 2000.

Member National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Africa's Daughters Rising PAC (founding officer, secretary 1993-1995), California State University Sacramento Alumni Association (Service award 1993).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Softball, golf, recreational boating, computers.

Connections

father:
David Frederick Hammond

mother:
Percy Winona (McIntyre) Hammond