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Delegate Bagnall's Red White & Blue For 2022 Fundraiser!

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Join Delegate Heather Bagnall for a patriotic fundraising party! We can't wait to turn D33 blue in 2022. Now is the time to get in the room.

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Join Delegate Bagnall for a pre-Fourth of July patriotic fundraising party and support the campaign to turn Anne Arundel County blue in 2022. We can't wait for a second blue wave. Now is the time to change the narrative and get in the room.

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Follow Delegate Bagnall's journey and find out more on her website - www.HeatherBagnall.com


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Delegate Heather Bagnall represents and is a proud resident of District 33 having lived in Cape St. Claire, Arnold, and Crownsville. She is an artist, advocate, educator, and entrepreneur who has spent three decades working to expand access to the arts and integrate arts education and alternative learning styles into the classroom. She has worked with at-risk and other-abled communities and established a curriculum for arts education for students on the Autism Spectrum. As a playwright and producer Heather has maintained a mission of cultivating kindness through theatre arts and following her award winning anti-bullying play Ferdinand Heather created a curriculum utilizing theatre arts to offer students and teachers the tools to build empathy and communication to combat the growing epidemic of bullying not only in the classroom but also in the boardroom. Heather was proud to produce Ferdinand as the first Sensory Friendly theatre program at the Chesapeake Arts Center. Heather is a recent entry into the political arena having spent two decades working in the non-profit sector, not only as a liaison between artists, audiences, and theatres, schools, and community centers, but also as a mentor helping fledgling artists to establish sustainable arts advocacy organizations. She has also worked as Director of the Center of the Arts in Bethesda, Assistant Director of the award-winning Creative Summer at the Holton-Arms School and as the Program Director for First Night Annapolis and has advocated for funding to support arts programs and residencies in schools, community centers and the juvenile justice system. She is dedicated to bridging the gender gap in executive roles in the arts, has worked as a critic for Broadway Baby and Fringe Review UK, and is the Editor of Fringe Review US and Founder of the Women of the Fringe Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland. As an educator and advocate Heather is dedicated to expanding funding for education in Maryland schools and establishing funding equity to bridge the financial gaps in under-served communities to ensure all Maryland students have access to a competitive education. Having spent her career working in professional triage, she has spent the last two years as an amateur politico helping unpack and translate the continually evolving political landscape as the writer/editor of SINGLEMARRIEDGIRL Takes on the World. Heather is also a member of and volunteer for the Dramatists Guild of America and the Co-Founding Artistic Director of Tasty Monster Productions. Find out more at: www.HeatherBagnall.com

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