Elizabeth Arnone

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Elizabeth Arnone (Liz) is an American politician who is Co-Chair of the Green Party of the United States (GPUS) and serves on several GPUS committees including the Presidential Campaign Support Committee, Finance Committee and the Fundraising Committee [1]. A resident of Brick Township, New Jersey, she has been the treasurer of the Green Party of New Jersey since 2001 [2] along with being the Coordinator of the Ocean County greens. Arnone is a 2007 candidate for the New Jersey General Assembly representing the 10th District, a seat she ran for in 2003.[1] She joined the Green Party in 2000 and worked on Ralph Nader's 2000 and 2004 presidential campaigns [3].

Arnone worked for 14 years at AT&T where she was employed as a Technical Writer and Metrics Analyst. Prior to that, she worked as an assistant to a Campus Manager for Historically Black Universities and Colleges where she did administrative work and participated in recruiting efforts, visiting professor programs, equipment donations and curriculum development.

In addition to the work above, Arnone coordinated and provided leadership in Valuing Diversity activities along with facilitating diversity training sessions throughout the country for AT&T; participated in numerous employee councils and teams addressing issues of the work environment, i.e., people with disability, women, people of color, and GLBT; and worked for several years as a volunteer at a crises hotline center receiving calls from people in crises and connecting them to resources for help, or just listening.

Arnone is the single parent of three children and grandmother of two.

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  1. ^ Arnone, Liz. "Two-party system to blame for inaction on property taxation", Asbury Park Press, October 4, 2007. Accessed October 11, 2007. "Liz Arnone, Brick, is the Green Party candidate for Assembly from the 10th Legislative District, which includes parts of Ocean and Monmouth counties."

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