Game Changer: Donna Christensen

Donna Christensen

   
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Congresswoman Donna Christensen has shattered the glass ceiling many times over: as a woman of color and single mother in Congress, the first woman Delegate to Congress from the U.S. Virgin Islands, the first woman to represent an offshore territory, and the first woman physician to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives.

   
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Governor – Virgin Islands – Open Seat.

   
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Congresswoman Christensen has been a strong supporter of the Virgin Islands’ Women's Coalition and other organizations that advocate for women, especially against abuse.

She has always participated in programs on the Hill and elsewhere that addressed women's issues and is actively involved in the Virgin Islands Commission on Women's issues and the Congressional caucus on Women's Issues.

Before being elected to Congress, she practiced family medicine for 21 years.

   
       
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