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Sondra Cosgrove has been a Nevada resident since 1986. She worked for the Clark County School District while attending the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to earn a B.A. in American History, with a Minor in Anthropology, and a Ph.D. in American History with an emphasis in the U.S. West, Native American, and Latin American History.
Sondra has been a Professor of History at the College of Southern Nevada since 2003.Sondra enjoys teaching Nevada History and has been actively involved in Nevada politics for many years.
Her League membership dates to 2008 and she's been Chair of the Voter Services Committee for the past year. Sondra has always been a fan of the League of Women Voters and strongly believes League is one institution that can help us overcome the grave issues we face as a nation. Sondra believes collective grassroots advocacy has always been a part of the American political system and is still the best remedy for many of the dysfunctions causing gridlock both nationally and in the several states.
When not working, you'll find Sondra enjoying hiking and camping and all of the great outdoor activities we in Nevada can enjoy.
Saturday, May 18,2013. Guest Speaker: Kate Marshall, Nevada State Treasurer. For more information, see the Meetings page.
NOTE: All League General Meetings are open to the public and we encourage active participation in our question-and-answer sessions.
League General Meetings are held the 3rd Saturday of the month, September through November, and January through April; sometimes a May meeting is scheduled. Meetings are at the Las Vegas Social Club, Main Street Station, at Main and Stewart. Note that the Las Vegas Social Club is a separate building located to the north of Main Street Station and there is ample parking in the parking structure above it.
Meetings start at 9:00 with check-in and social time, 9:30 breakfast and 10:00 program. The meetings are $20 for a full breakfast, or $5 if you just wish to attend the meeting.
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