|Address||1049 Pattee Canyon Road |
Missoula, Montana 59803, United States
|| May 04, 1966
|Last Modifed||Paul 🇺🇦|
Dec 30, 2021 09:52pm
|Info||Monica Tranel was raised in eastern Montana on a ranch with her nine siblings. Tranel is an alumna of Gonzaga University, where she attended the Gonzaga-in-Florence program. She is also a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law. |
Tranel worked as a law clerk at the state and federal levels and also served as legislative counsel in the U.S. Senate. Tranel was a 2003 recipient of the Governor’s Award for Excellence in Service for the State of Montana.
Tranel served as a Trustee for the Montana State Bar Association and has been a board member of the Helena Symphony as well as the Missoula Youth Homes. She is married and has three daughters.
Tranel began rowing at Gonzaga University and went on to compete in two Olympic Games, rowing with the women’s eight in 1996 and the single scull in 2000. She won five world championship rowing medals including gold at the 1995 World Rowing Championships in Tampere, Finland.
Tranel is the only woman to row the eight and the single for the United States in the Olympic Games.