Nominated by the League of Women Voters of Arlington
A resident of Arlington for 40 years, Nancy Tate has been a prominent member of both the National and Arlington League of Women Voters organizations and an active member of the local community at large.
In addition to holding positions at the National Academy of Public Administration, several federal agencies, and in the private sector, she also served as the executive director of the League of Women Voters of the United States for 15 years. She has also been involved in the League of Women Voters of Arlington since 1996 and has served as president and in several other positions on the board.
Tate currently chairs the Arlington League’s Centennial Committee, which aims to bring recognition to the milestone event of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage: a topic she has also spoken publicly on to various national organizations.
She is also an original member of the County’s Audit Committee and serves on the Arlington at 100 Committee as well as the Arlington’s Women Work Centennial Committee.
Tate’s work has made her a critical part of achieving the League’s goal of “creating a more perfect democracy.”