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Natalie MEYER

Secretary-of-State for Colorado

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.

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

Interests

  • Other Interests

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

Connections

father:
Ranie Thomas Clayton

mother:
Mary Clayton (née Johnson)

spouse:
Harold Lee Meyer