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Wisconsin State Legislature
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Sandy Pasch currently represents Wisconsin's 10th Assembly district which includes Milwaukee's North Side and the Village of Shorewood. She also serves as the Assistant Democratic Leader in the State Assembly.
She is a Milwaukee native, graduate of Bay View High School, and resident of the area
ce 1986. Her husband Allan is a physician specializing in general and vascular surgery. She also has three children - Lauren, Jimmy, and Whitney.
She has been a practicing nurse since 1976 and has served for 15 years as Assistant Professor of Nursing at Columbia College of Nursing, instructing students in the fields of mental health, community health, and ethics.
Sandy has long been a proponent for treating mental health issues. She coordinated Milwaukee's Crisis Intervention Team and was the founder of the Crisis Intervention Partner program. She also served four terms as president of the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Greater Milwaukee, a non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of people with mental illness.
In the Assembly, Sandy is the ranking member on theAssembly Committee on Health. She also serves on the Joint Legislative Council, the
Assembly Committee on Rules, the Assembly Committee on Corrections,
Assembly Committee on Urban Education, and the Assembly Committee on Family Law.
Among other committees and boards, Sandy serves on the National Conference of State Legislatures’ Health Committee, Midwest Council of State Governments’ Health and Human Services Committee, State Council on Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, and Wisconsin Women’s Council.