VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT: SUE ERRINGTONadmin2021-11-17T13:14:32-05:00
THE VFA PIONEER HISTORIES PROJECT
“When I got involved in the women’s movement, it was a revolution in my life.”
Indiana House of Representatives representing District 34. She is a former member of the Indiana Senate, representing the 26th District from 2006 to 2010. Prior to holding elected office she served 17 years as the Public Policy Director for Planned Parenthood of Indiana. National Organization for Women, Muncie, Delaware County, IN NOW chapter, IN NOW state coordinator. NOW national board member. Pilot group of NOW’s ERA missionaries to Utah. First female Little League baseball umpire in Muncie. Was ranking Democrat on the Senate’s Health and Provider Services Committee, a member of the Senate Utilities and Technology; Education and Career Development; and Energy and Environmental Affairs standing committees as well as the Public Health Subcommittee. Was one of four State Directors from Indiana to act as a delegate for Women in Government, a national bipartisan organization of women state legislators.
Interviewed by Mary Jean Collins, VFA Historian, October 2021
Photo 1. Sue Errington circa 1980. Photo 2. Sue with Hillary Clinton, 2015.