|Name||Anne M. Burford|
|Previous Name|| - 00/00/1983 Anne M. Gorsuch|
Denver, Colorado , United States
|| April 21, 1942
|Died||July 18, 2004
May 24, 2018 08:39pm
|Info||Anne McGill Gorsuch was sworn in today at the White House by Vice-President George Bush as the Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. |
Mrs. Gorsuch, the first woman to head the EPA, said, "I am grateful that President Reagan has asked me to assume a front-line position on his new team with responsibility for one of the largest and most important government agencies in this country."
Commonly known as Anne M. Gorsuch (or Anne McGill Gorsuch), she later remarried and was also known as Anne M. Burford. She was forced to resign from her position at the EPA amid scandal.
Anne McGill Gorsuch
Date of Birth:
*6/59 Saint Francis de Sales High School
*Summers 1955, 1956, 1958
National University of Mexico Courses in Spanish Language, Spanish Literature, Mexican History, Archaeology
*1959-1961 University of Colorado, Boulder, B.A. Major: Political Science Minor: Economics and Spanish
*1961-1964 University of Colorado Law School, LL.B.
*Undergraduate Honors Program
*Mortar Board Scholastic Sorority
*University of Colorado Law Review--Board of Editors, Assistant Business Manager
*Phi Alpha Delta (Legal Fraternity)
*Fulbright Scholarship--Jaipur, India, 1964-1965
*1966-1967 Assistant Trust Administrator, First National Bank of Denver
*1968-1971 Assistant District Attorney, Jefferson County, Colorado
*1971-1973 Deputy District Attorney, Denver, Colorado
*1974-1975 Hearing Officer for Real Estate Commission and State Boards of Cosmetology, Optometric Examiners, Professional Nursing, and Veterinary Medicine. Performed duties of an administrative judge in cases involving the allegation of statutory or regulatory violations by licensees/practitioners.
*1975-1981 Lawyer, Mountain Bell Corporate Law Department.
Member, Colorado State House of Representatives, 1976-1980