Stephanie Cholensky

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Stephanie Cholensky
Stephanie Cholensky, 2014.jpg
Stephanie Cholensky in August 2014
National Co-Chair of the Socialist Party USA
In office
October 15, 2011 – October 22, 2017
Serving with
Preceded by Andrea Pason
Succeeded by Jennifer Rampollo
Personal details
Born North Branch, Minnesota, United States
Political party Socialist Party USA
Spouse(s) Daniel Schindler [1]
Alma mater University of Minnesota[2]
Occupation Political writer, activist
Website [2]

Stephanie Cholensky is an American democratic socialist politician, feminist, and former co-chair of the Socialist Party USA.[3] Originally from North Branch, Minnesota, Cholensky lives in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where she is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina.

Cholensky was elected National Co-Chair of the Socialist Party USA at their 2011 National Convention in Los Angeles and served three two-year terms. She was defeated for re-election to a fourth term at the 2017 National Convention in New York City and was subsequently elected onto the party's National Committee for the 2017-2019 term.

Cholensky is also the convener of the party's Women's Commission.

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