|Member of the Colorado Senate
from the 32nd district
|Preceded by||Chris Romer|
April 5, 1960 |
|Spouse(s)||Thomas W. Bost, MD|
Born in Chicago, Illinois, Aguilar completed her undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis. She received a medical degree from University of Chicago- Pritzker School of Medicine. Aguilar was appointed by Governor Romer to the Colorado Board of Medical Examiners in 1993, where she served for eight years. She has since continued to serve the board as a consultant. She was appointed to her first term in the State Senate in December 2010 after being chosen by a vacancy committee to replace Sen. Chris Romer.
In the 2011 session of the Colorado General Assembly, Aguilar was Vice-Chair of the Business, Labor and Technology Committee, and a member of the Health and Human Services Committee and the Local Government and Energy Committee.
- "Colorado State Senate Districts". COMaps. Retrieved 2011-01-19.
- Lynn Bartels (2011-01-02). "Three Latina Colorado lawmakers' "historic moment" bittersweet". The Denver Post. Retrieved 2011-01-19.
- Systems of Accountability: Implementing Children's Health Insurance Programs
- Legislator Record: Irene Aguilar[dead link]
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