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also known as Patsy Fleming

Federal official

Patricia Stubbs Fleming, American Federal official.


Fleming, Patricia Stubbs was born on March 17, 1936 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Fredrick Douglass Stubbs and Marion Turner Stubbs Thomas.


Bachelor, Vassar College, 1957;postgraduate, New York University, 1958-1960;postgraduate, University of Pennsylvania, 1957-1958;postgraduate, Philadelphia Academy Fine Arts, 1957-1958.


Legislation assistant to representatives United States House of Representatives, Washington, 1971-1977. Assistant to secretary Department of Health, 1977-1978, director intergovernmental and legislation affairs Office Civil Rights, 1979-1980. Assistant to secretary United States Department Education, 1979-1980, deputy assistant secretary legislation, 1980-1981.

Senior public policy associate James H. Lowry & Associates, 1981-1983. Chief staff Republican Ted Weiss United States House of Representatives, 1983-1986, professional staff member subcommittee human resources & intergovernmental rels, 1986-1993. Special assistant to secretary Department of Health and Human Services, 1993-1994.

Director Office National Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Policy The White House, 1994-1997, consultant on government relations and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome policy and programs, 1997—2000. Freelance artist Bethesda, Maryland, since 2006. Washington representative Joint Co-sponsored United Nations Programme on Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, 1997-1999.

Member board Prevention Works: Needle Exchange Program in the Nation's Capitol.


  • Other Work

    • One-person shows include New York University, Foundry Gallery, Washington, Anne C. Fisher Gallery, Washington. Exhibitions include New York City, Washington and St. Petersberg, Russia, New Delhi, Cairo and numerous others.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: painting, music, reading.


Married Harold S. Fleming, June 1958 (divorced February 1971). Children: Douglass, Craig, Gordon.

Fredrick Douglass Stubbs

Marion Turner Stubbs Thomas

Harold S. Fleming

Douglass Fleming

Craig Fleming

Gordon Fleming