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Rep. Lori Trahan [D, MA-3]
District 3, Massachusetts


Lori Trahan was born and raised in Lowell, Massachusetts. Lori attended Lowell public schools and, like everyone else in her neighborhood, started working as soon as she could. Lori earned a scholarship to play Division 1 volleyball at Georgetown University in Washington. She went on to earn a B.S. in comparative and regional studies at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. In 2008, Lori was inducted into the Lowell High School Sports Hall of Fame.


Lori Trahan began working for Congressman Marty Meehan who represented the then-5th district of Massachusetts. During her time on the Hill, Lori helped Meehan to pass a landmark campaign finance reform bill, as well as legislation that safeguarded the rights of gay service members in the U.S. military. She became Meehan’s chief of staff and top advisor overseeing congressional operations in Washington and Massachusetts. After 10 years working in Congress, Lori was ready for a new challenge; she became an executive at an early stage high tech company in Cambridge.


Location Massachusetts
Party Democrat

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