Congressional Coalition for Adoption Institute
For nearly eight years, Kathleen Strottman served as a trusted advisor to Senator Mary L. Landrieu. As the Legislative Assistant on Education, Health and Domestic Social Policy for Landrieu, Kathleen worked to pass legislation such as the No Child Left Behind, The Medicare Modernization Act, The Inter-Country Adoption Act, The Child Citizenship Act of 2000, the Foreign Operations and Labor Health and Human Services Legislation. As the Senator's Legislative Director, Kathleen managed the Senator's ten person legislative team and advised the Senator on all issues of policy.
Prior to joining the Senator's staff, Kathleen attended Whittier Law School's Center for Children's Rights were she graduated with honors and received a state certified specialty in juvenile advocacy. A member of the Whittier Law Review, Ms. Strottman published an article entitled "Creating a Downward Spiral: Transfer Statutes as Answers to Juvenile Advocacy."
Kathleen is married and the mother of two.
Organizations this person works for or is related to
|Equality for Adopted Children (EACH)||Board member|
|Congressional trip to China||Participates in||2002-02-12||2002-02-17|
|Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI)||Advisory board member||2003-01-01||2005-01-01|
|Russian leg of congressional trip to Romania||Participates in||2003-04-11||2003-04-19|
|Congressional trip to Romania||Participates in||2003-04-11||2003-04-19|
|Congressional trip to El Salvador||Participates in||2004-02-04||2004-02-06|
|Congressional trip to India||Participates in||2005-03-19||2005-03-26|
|Congressional trip to Honduras||Participates in||2005-09-02||2005-09-02|
|Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI)||Executive Director||2008-03-01|
|Congressional trip to United Kingdom and Ethiopia||Participates in||2010-08-31||2010-09-04|
|Congressional trip to Guatemala||Participates in||2011-04-23||2011-04-26|