ALLIANCE - 

State Representative Christina M. Hagan (R-Marlboro Township) spoke to a group of college students at Malone University earlier this afternoon. The presentation was intended to teach Associate Professor Karen Slovak’s Social Work Policy class about the workings of state government, as well as the various forms of advocacy.


Following her visit to Malone University, Rep. Hagan released the following statement:


“It is both rewarding and an honor to visit with students and faculty at my Alma Mater, Malone University. These were the same classrooms where I learned to challenge my faith and intellect simultaneously while focusing on service to others. Students always engage me with the best questions and allow me to share with them my passion and desire for youth in government.”

 
 
 
  
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