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Representative Ann Pugh

Seat Number
(802) 863-6705
Mailing Address
67 Bayberry Lane, South Burlington, VT 05403
ANN D. PUGH is a native of Rye, New York. After college, she moved to Vermont, where she began her career as a social worker and, shortly after moving to the State, settled in her current home in South Burlington. She is a graduate of Rye Country Day School, received a BS from Union College, Schenectady, NY, and an MSW from Washington University, St. Louis, MO. Pugh also has a CAS in Administration and Planning that she earned at the University of Vermont. She is a full-time faculty member in the Department of Social Work at UVM. Earlier in her career, she was employed by the Baird Center for Children and Families (now Howard Center), Trinity College, and the State of Vermont. She is a dedicated volunteer in her greater community and has served on agency, city, and State boards including the ReSource-VT, Vermont Child Poverty Council, South Burlington Planning Commission, Governor’s Commission on Women, Vermont Children's Forum, Vermont Association for Mental Health, NASW VT, and Champlain Drug and Alcohol Services. Pugh was also a member of the Board of Civil Authority and a Justice of the Peace in South Burlington. Currently, she is a board member of Howard Center. She was selected as a Toll Fellow, a Council of State Governments Program that is recognized nationally for its leadership development programs for state government officials. In 2018 she was one of 24 state legislators from across the country to be selected as a participant in the National Conference of State Legislators’ (NCSL) Opioid Policy Fellows Program. A Democrat, she has been a member of the House since 1993 where she currently serves as Chair of the House Committee on Human Services.

Roll Call Votes by Representative Pugh

2021 Special Session
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