Nancy DiNardo

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Nancy DiNardo
Born 1949 (age 65–66) or 1950 (age 64–65)
Residence Trumbull, Connecticut
Nationality American
Alma mater Emmanuel College in Boston
Occupation Connecticut politician
Owner of commercial properties, real estate
Retired director of psychological services for the Bridgeport Board of Education (2002)
Spouse(s) Never married

Nancy DiNardo (born 1949-1950)[1] is an American politician and owner of commercial real estate in Connecticut. She was the Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of Connecticut until January 2015.[2][3] She currently serves as Vice Chair of the Connecticut Democratic Party. [4]

She served as the chairperson of the party's Trumbull, CT Town Committee for nearly 20 years. DiNardo was employed as an educator in the Bridgeport, CT school system for 30 years.[5]

DiNardo has worked for Trumbull's board of health, finance, and police commission.[6] She was treasurer of former Bridgeport Mayor Joseph Ganim's gubernatorial campaign.[7]

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