Kathleen Jachowski is a public speaker and free lance writer on natural resources and cultural issues. She was born and raised in Washington, D.C. and has been politically active for the past 14 years, running in the U. S. Senate primary in Wyoming in 1996 (registered voter since age of 18). She now serves as a precinct person and through her writings and radio show, encourages folks to get and stay engaged in the political process.
Kathleen graduated from the University of Maryland in 1969 with a degree in Geography (special emphasis was regional geography). Current hobbies and interests include gardening, collector of lace, fans and buttons. She makes a living as a writer and public speaker, and resides in Wyoming. Read more about her on her website, http://www.jachowskispeaks.com and follow her columns at http://www.americasvoices.org
|Invasive Legislation: Citizens’ Control Needed||Sep 30, 2003|