Klein, Ann Rosensweig
1923 - 1986

Alias: Ann Rosensweig
Born: 7/23/1923 in New York City, New York
Died: 2/26/1986
Ethnicity: White/Caucasian
Professional Facts

Practice Area:
Administrative Law
Civil Rights
Civil Rights
Regions and States of Practice:
NJ, Northeast
Other Education:
Barnard College (1943)
New York School of Social Work (now part of Columbia University) (1945)
Positions During Her Career:
Psychiatric social worker at the Social Guidance Clinic in Worcester, Massachussetts (1943-1964)
President of the League of Women Voters (1967)
Elected to the State Assembly of New Jersey as a Democrat (1971-1973)
Served in Governor Byrne's Cabinet as Commissioner of the State Department of Institutions and Agencies (1974-1980)
Adminstrative law judge in New Jersey (1980-1982)
Woman to run for high office in New Jersey
Woman to run for Governor of New Jersey (1973)

Further Research Materials

Student Papers:
Potential Paper Topics:
Her support of legislation regarding conflicts of interest, a code of ethics for legislators, and control over lobbying by special interest groups
Her work with the League of Women Voters
Her work as commissioner of the New Jersey State Department of Institutions and Agencies
Her run for the seat of the Governor of New Jersey is covered by a paper.