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Representative Emilie Kornheiser

District
Windham-2-1
Party
Democrat
Seat Number
26
Email
ekornheiser@leg.state.vt.us
Phone
(802) 828-2228
Mailing Address
528 Goodenough Rd., Brattleboro, VT 05301
Committees
Biography
Emilie Kornheiser comes to her work in the legislature with a passion for supporting and amplifying community voices-- asking communities to own and tell their own stories in order to facilitate shared visions and outcomes. For the last five years, she has focused on improving the functioning and accountability of community development and support systems in Vermont state government. Before transitioning to local service, she worked internationally as a consultant brokering and evaluating partnerships between corporations and national governments to meet community development goals.

Ms. Kornheiser received her BA in Sociology from Marlboro College and attended the MS program in Community Development and Applied Economics at the University of Vermont. She has served overseas promoting democracy and supporting small business development, and she has held numerous positions at community-based organizations throughout Vermont. She also started her own small business in downtown Brattleboro. Emilie is currently the Director of Workforce Development at Youth Services in Brattleboro where she designs and supervises programs that put connection at the center of skills building and economic justice.

She lives in Brattleboro in a converted barn with her family and a ridiculous mutt named Kaiser. A commissioner with the Vermont Commission on Women, she’s also involved with her county Democratic committee, co-chair of a feminist action network, a town meeting representative, a founding member of the Windham County Action Network, and generally involved in the grassroots and grasstops of her community.

Roll Call Votes by Representative Kornheiser

Regular Session 2019-2020
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