|3rd President of Burlington College|
|Preceded by||Daniel Casey|
|Succeeded by||Jane O'Meara Sanders|
|Member of Parliament
|Preceded by||Stewart McInnes|
|Succeeded by||Alexa McDonough|
13 January 1948 |
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Clancy won the Halifax electoral district for the Liberal party in the 1988 and 1993 federal elections. After serving in the 34th and 35th Canadian Parliaments, Clancy was defeated in the 1997 federal election by New Democratic Party leader Alexa McDonough.
From 2002 to 2003, Clancy was president of Burlington College in Burlington, Vermont. Her resignation after less than a year was attributed to her not having raised sufficient money for the college.
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