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Patrice M. Arent (D)

Minority Caucus Manager
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
Current Legislation
Conflict of Interest Form (Current)
    Conflict of Interest Form (Historical)
    Conflict of Interest Form (Historical)
District Demographic Profile
Financial Disclosure reports maintained on the Lieutenant Governor's website
in accordance with Utah Code section 20A-11-1606

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"