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Sheryl Albers' Biography
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Sheryl K. Albers
Married; 1 Child: Joel
JD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2004
BA, Ripon College, 1976
Attended, Carroll College , 1972-1974
Assemblymember, Wisconsin State Assembly, 1991-2008
Won Special Election, Experience, Wisconsin State Assembly, 1991
Chair, Sauk County Republican Party, 1980-1982
Vice Chair, Sauk County Republican Party, 1978-1980
Reagan Co-Coordinator, 1980
Publicity Chair, Sauk County Republican Party, 1976-1978
Experience, Congressman Scott Klug's Agriculture Advisory Panel
Chair, Nordic Co-Sauly Foundation Scholarship Selection Committee, 2001-2004
Attorney, Hazelbaker and Associates
Dairy Farmer, 1978-1996
Policy Analyst, Assembly Republican Caucus, 1987-1991
Farmer, Muck/Mint/Other, 1972-1978
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Experience, American Council of Young Political Leaders
Experience, Eagle Bluff Chapter AMP
Scholarship Committee, Local Coalition
Experience, Peace Lutheran School Friends
Experience, Sauk County Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service
Executive Board, Sauk County Farm Bureau
Experience, Sauk County Mental Health Association
Experience, Wisconsin Agri-Business Council
Experience, Wisconsin Muck Growers
Experience, Wisconsin Women for Agriculture
Experience, Women in Good Board
Member, Juneau County Local Emergency Planning Commission, 2000-2004
Member, Richland County Local Emergency Planning Commission, 1996-2000
Member, Sauk County Local Emergency Planning Commission, 1992-1994
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