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Aumua Amata Radewagen's Biography

Office: U.S. House (AS) - Delegate, Republican

Contact Information

Post Office Box 5859
Located at 1 Fagatogo Square
Pago Pago, AS 96799

1339 Longworth House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515

Full Name:

Amata 'Aumua Amata' Coleman Radewagen

Gender:

Female

Family:

Husband: Fred; 3 Children: Erika, Mark, Kirsten

Birth Date:

12/29/1933

Birth Place:

Washington, DC

Home City:

Pago Pago, AS

Religion:

Roman Catholic

Attended, Psychology, George Mason University

Attended, Psychology, Loyola-Marymount University

BS, Psychology, University of Guam, 1973-1975

Delegate, United States House of Representatives, 2014-present

Candidate, United States House of Representatives, 2010, 2012

Former Member, Agriculture, Energy and Trade Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Economic Opportunity Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Chair, Health and Technology Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access, United States House of Representatives

Commissioner, President's Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, 2001-2004

Former Member, Advance Team, 1990 Honolulu Summit

Former Executive Assistant, Office of Delegate A.U. Fuimaono, United States House of Representatives

Former Assistant, Office of the Secretary, United States Department of Health and Human Services

Former Officer of the Convention, Republican National Conventions

Former Staff, United States Department of the Interior

Served, United States Navy

Former Staff, United States Office of Economic Opportunity

Former Employee, United States Peace Corps

Grassroots Outreach Trainer, International Republican Institute, 1993-2007

Member, House Leadership Staff, United States House of Representatives, 1997-2005

Special Projects Director, Republican Conference, United States House of Representatives, 2003-2005

Director of Scheduling, Advance, Long-Term Planning, and Logistics, Office of Representative J.C. Watts, United States House of Representatives, 1999-2003

Director of Scheduling, Advance, Long-Term Planning, and Logistics, Office of Representative Philip Crane, United States House of Representatives, 1997-1999

Chief Diplomatic Correspondent, Washington Pacific Report, 1984-1997

Democracy Trainer, International Foundation for Electoral Systems, 1991-1994

Former Washington Advance Liaison, Vice President's Visit to Pago Pago, 1989

Territory Coordinator/Liaison, National Breast Cancer Coalition, 1993-present

Member, Republican National Committee, 1986-present

Member, American Samoa Society of Washington, District of Columbia, present

Member, Board of Directors, Goodwill Industries, present

Life Member, Capitol Hill Club, present

Board Member, Field House 100 American Samoa, present

Member, Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women’s Association, present

Member, Sisters Alumni of the South Pacific, present

Former Deputy Secretary General, Alliance of Dependent Territories

Former Member, Business and Professional Women

Former Member, Chair’s Executive Council, Republican National Committee

Former Member, Convention Committee on Rules, Republican National Conventions

Former Member, Fiji Press Club

Former Member, Guam Society of America

Former Member, Hawaii State Society

Former Volunteer, Hospital Women's Auxiliary

Former Member, Independent Women's Forum

Former Member, International Women's Media Foundation

Former Member, Pacific Island News Association

Former Spokesperson, Samoan Women's Health Project

Former Member, Standing Committee on Rules, Republican National Committee

Founding Board Member, Washington Roundtable for the Asia-Pacific Press

Former Member, Women's Foreign Policy Group

Member, Chair’s Commission on Convention Planning, Republican National Committee, 2013

Member, Committee on Arrangements, Republican National Convention, 1992-2012

Pacific Regional Coordinator, National Breast Cancer Coalition, 1994-1997

Co-Chair, Presidential Personnel Advisory Committee, 1988-1989

Member, American Council of Young Political Leaders Alumni Council, 1987

Member, American Council of Young Political Leaders, 1986

Awards:

Biography appears in Who's Who in Politics, Who's Who in the South, Southwest;
United States list of the Secretariat of the Pacific Community's Register of Skilled Women in the Pacific;
Among 100 women profiled in "The Women of American Samoa, 1900-2000: A hundred years if development and achievements";
Inspirational Speaker Award, Ninth Annual Samoan Athletes Heart of Champions Ceremony, 2013; Trailblazer Award named for Mary Louise Smith, Republican National Committee, 2013; Visionary Award, International Leadership Foundation, 2008; Woman of the Year Award, National Association of Professional Asian American Women, 2003

Father's Name:

Peter Tali Coleman

Father's Occupation:

Former Governor of American Samoa

Favorite Book:

The Bible

Hobbies or Special Talents:

Reading, Jogging, Outrigger Canoe Paddling, Fishing, Hiking on Island

Names of Grandchildren:

Ella

Number of Grandchildren:

1 Grandchild

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