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Larry Bliss' Biography
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Lawrence 'Larry' Steven Bliss
Partner: B. Nolan McCoy; 3 Children: Zev, Franci, Carly
Los Angeles, CA
ABD, University of California, Berkeley, 1980
EdD, University of California, Berkeley, 1980
MAdmin, University of California, 1971
Secondary Education, University of California, 1969
BA, History/Political Science, University of California, Riverside, 1968
AA, History, Los Angeles Valley College, 1966
Senator, Maine State Senate, 2008-2011
Representative, Maine State House of Representatives, 2000-2008
Treasurer, Cumberland County Democratic Committee, 1998-present
Chairman, South Portland City Democratic Committee, 1999-2003
Director, Career Services and Professional Life Development, University of Southern Maine, 1989-present
Teacher, Perris Union School District, 1970-1973.
Director, Advising and Counseling, San Francisco State University, 1979-1989
Educational Administrator, California State University at Sacramento, 1969-1979
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Board Member, Equity Fund, Maine Community Foundation, 2005-present
Board Member, Equal Protection Portland
Member, Friends of Casco Bay
Board Member, Maine Won't Discriminate
Member, Portland Harbor Museum
Board Member, South Portland Citizens for Justice
Member, Surfrider Foundation
Board Member, The AIDS Project
Board Member, The Matlovich Society
Board Member, Maine Lesbian/Gay Political Alliance, 1996-2000
Board Member, The AIDS Project, Cumberland County, 1998-2000
Board Member/Co-Chair, South Portland Citizens for Justice, 1998
Board Member, The Equity Institute of Maine, 1996-1998
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