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Patrice M. Arent (D)


District: 36
Born: February 3
Address: 3665 E 3800 S SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84109

Email: parent@le.utah.gov
Home Phone: 801-272-1956
Cell Phone: 801-889-7849
Work Phone: 801-326-1515

Education: B.S., University of Utah; J.D., Cornell Law School
Profession: Attorney; Part-time law professor; Small business manager
Legislative Service Since: House of Representatives January 1, 1997 - December 31, 2002; Senate January 1, 2003 - December 31, 2006; House of Representatives January 1, 2011
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Conflict of Interest Form (Current)
District Demographic Profile

Committees

Professional and Community Affiliations

Current and past include: Utah Safe Haven Committee Chair; Hale Center Theatre Board, Utah Women's Education Initiative Advisory Committee, National Association of Jewish Legislators Co-President; SLC Rotary Club; Utah Democratic National Committeewoman; University of Utah Hospital Board; Ronald McDonald House Board; AARP Advisory Board; Governor's Utah Women's College Task Force, University of Utah College of Social and Behavioral Science Advisory Committee; United Jewish Federation Board, University of Utah Center for Public Policy - State Government Advisory Committee; Utah Hospital Association Strategic Planning Committee SelectHealth (formerly IHC Health Plans) Appeals Board; Utah Supreme Court Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services; Constitutional Revision Commission; Utah State Bar Association Jury Instruction Committee Co-Chair; University of Utah Governor Scott M. Matheson Center for Health Care Studies Advisory Council

Recognitions and Honors

Women Lawyers of Utah "Woman Lawyer of the Year"; Utah Society of Professional Journalists' "Sunshine Award"; Coalition of People with Disabilities' "Hero on the Hill"; Utah State Fire Caucus Award for "Outstanding Service"; University of Utah - selected as one of the "25 Distinguished Women in Utah"; Utah State Judicial Council Award for "Outstanding Contributions to the State Courts and Community"; Utah Chapter of the American Society of Public Administrators' "Senator Arthur V. Watkins Distinguished Service Award for an Elected Official"; Area Health Education Centers "Pioneer" Award; Utah Medical Association's "Distinguished Legislative Service Award" and "Environmental Health Award"; Utah Council for Crime Prevention Award for "Outstanding Contributions to Crime Prevention Efforts"; Salt Lake County Democratic Party's "Spirit of Democracy Award"; Utah Girl Scout Council "Yesterday's Girl Scout, Today's Successful Woman" Award; Salt Lake County Democratic Party "Spirit of Democracy Award"