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John Driscoll's Biography

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Full Name:

John Brian Driscoll

Gender:

Male

Family:

Wife: Kathryn; 4 Children: Chanda, Darby, Tamara, Peder

Birth Date:

07/17/1946

Birth Place:

Los Angeles, CA

Home City:

Helena, MT

Religion:

Ecumenical Catholic

MBA, Business, University of Montana, 1981, Grade Point Average of 3.1

MPA, Energy and Environment, Harvard University, 1980, Grade Point Average of 3.5

MIA, Economic Development, Columbia University, School of International Affairs, 1970, Grade Point Average of 3.0

BA, Political Science, Gonzaga University, 1968, Grade Point Average of 3.2

Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Montana, District Jr, 2020

Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District At-Large, 2014

Candidate, United States House of Representatives, 2008

Candidate, United States Senate, 2000

Candidate, Public Service Commission, Montana, Primary Election, 1980, 1984, 1988

Candidate, Public Utility Regulator, Montana Public Service Commission, 1980

Representative, Montana State House of Representatives, 1973-1978

Speaker, Montana State House of Representatives, 1977

Majority Leader, Montana House of Representatives, 1975

Governor's Appointee, Montana Family Education Savings Plan Oversight Committee, 2008

President, John B. Driscoll, Limited, 1993-2008

Project Manager/Secretary/Treasurer, The Steward (Non-Profit), 1997-2008

Employee, Training Transformation, Camber Corporation, 2004-2007

Colonel/Deputy Chief of Staff, Montana Army National Guard, 1979-2002

Joint Staff Officer/Colonel/Joint Chiefs of Staff, United States Army, 1999-2002

Public Utility Regulator, Public Service Commissioner, 1980-1981

Manager/Member, Inter-Regional Fire Crew, United States Forest Service, 1978

Smokejumper, Aerial Fire Depot, United States Forest Service, 1977

Member, Bitterroot Interregional Fire Crew, United States Forest Service, 1975

Ravalli County Coordinator, McGovern for President Campaign, 1972

Lookout, Magruder Ranger District, United States Forest Service, 1969

Smokejumper, Aerial Fire Depot, U.S. Forest Service, 1968

Member, Montana Historical Society, 2007-2008

Member, Society of Industrial Archaeologists, 2008

Secretary/Treasurer, The Steward (Non-Profit), 1997-2008

Member, Project Management Institute, 2007

Member, Butte Historical Society, 1997-2000

Chairman, Doctor Steward-Storyteller Project, 1998-2000

Advisor, Advisory Council, Electric Power Research Institute, 1985-1992

Adviser, Electric Power Research Institute, 1985-1992

Member, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, 1980-1992

Member, Strategic Electricity Policy Sub-Committee, National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, 1984-1992

Founding Member, Western Regional Committee for Electricity Co-ordination, 1988-1992

Founding Member, Center for Advanced Mineral Processing, Western States Utility Commissioners, 1987-1989

Awards:

"Daring to Seek Justice Award," Montana Low Income Coalition; "Outstanding State Legislator," Eagleton Institute of Politics; "Defense Superior Service Medal," Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff; Honorable Discharge, United States Army.

Publications:

The Steward Magazine: www.stewardmagazine.com.

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