Kathleen Blomquist

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Kathleen Blomquist was a United States Government official. In 2002 Blomquist was the Director of Media Relations for the White House Commission on Special Education.[1][2] According to her biography at the Commission her previous work experience was as "director of advance" for the "Schundler for Governor" campaign, in New Jersey, "lead press advance representative for the 2000 Bush-Cheney presidential campaign, and worked for a "public affairs practice" in New York, as a writer for the US Army's public affairs office in Germany and for the National Review. The Department of Justice lists her as a "Senior Counsel", and as an Associate Director of the DoJ's Office of Intergovernmental and Public Liaison, and a member of the Department's Task Force on Intellectual Property.[3][4][5]


  1. ^ A New Era: Revitalizing Special Education for Children and their families (.pdf)
  2. ^ Kathleen Blomquist -- President's Commission on Excellence in Special Education's Staff, March 11, 2002
  3. ^ Staff Contacts, Department of Justice
  4. ^ Constituent Relations, Department of Justice
  5. ^ Progress Report of the department of justice’s Task force on intellectual property, Department of Justice, June 2006