The group that fought for (& won) Connecticut's BPA bans. Now running the CT Campaign for Toxic-Free Kids.

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Anne B. Hulick, RN, MS, JD, is the Coordinator for the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Connecticut. In this capacity, she coordinates the legislative campaign to pass health protective policies in Connecticut aimed at removing toxic chemicals from consumer and children’s products and works to raise awareness across the state on the health impacts of exposure to toxic chemicals.

Anne was a staff nurse in critical care and cardiothoracic surgical intensive care for several years before moving into leadership roles. Anne held administrative positions as the Director of Acute Care Services at Waterbury Hospital Health Center, and as the Director of Nursing for the medical cardiology service at Hartford Hospital. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and a Master of Science degree with a focus on administration.

Anne’s passion to combine nursing, health policy and environmental law led her to pursue a law degree. She graduated from law school in 2007, with an emphasis on environmental law and was admitted to the CT Bar in October 2007. Prior to joining Clean Water Action, Anne worked as an environmental analyst in the Air Bureau at Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection and was the Environmental Health Coordinator at the CT Nurses’ Association. She has written and lectured extensively on environmental health topics, particularly on the health impacts associated with exposure to chemicals. Anne is thrilled to be working for CWA and coordinating the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy Connecticut.

In her spare time, Anne enjoys spending time on the Cape, kayaking, gardening and running.

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About the Coalition:

Mission:
Our mission is to correct the fundamental flaws in government policies that allow harm to our health and environment.

Our Goals:
1. Protect our health and our children, workers, communities and the environment
2. Support a Healthy State Economy
3. Enhance Security & Public Safety

Our Tweets

  • RT @SaferChemicals: If the administration wants improvements in chemical security to be part of its legacy, it has no time to waste.... 2 days ago
  • RT @NRDC: Streams & wetlands are essential for clean #beaches. Support EPA's #CleanWater Protection rule & swim safer!... 2 days ago
  • Kevin Hunt: Are These Chemicals In Your Deodorant, Shampoo, Soap Or Cosmetics? Thanks @Courant for getting the word out!... 2 days ago
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