Senator Siobhan Dunnavant
Siobhan was sworn in her first term of service in the Virginia Senate on January 13, 2016. The Virginia General Assembly is a part-time body that meets for sixty days in even numbered years and forty-five days in odd numbered years. Virginia has forty senators who serve four-year terms, and one hundred delegates who serve two-year terms. Virginia legislators are not full time politicians but citizen legislators in the tradition of our founding fathers. Year round, they maintain their jobs in their home districts in addition to their legislative service. Siobhan is the only physician currently serving in the Virginia Senate.
Senator Dunnavant represents roughly 200,000 people throughout western Henrico and western Hanover (view a map of the district here). Although the legislature meets for only a few months each winter, she maintains a constituent services office year-round which is committed to serving the people of the 12th District.
Senate Committees & Subcommittees
Visit Senator Dunnavant’s Virginia General Assembly profile here.
- Health and Human Resources
- Health Professionals
- Public Education
- Joint Committee for HHR Oversight
- Joint Commission on Health Care
- Joint Subcommittee on the Future Competitiveness of Virginia Higher Education
- School Readiness Committee
- Joint Commission on Technology and Science
- Joint Working Group on Certificate of Public Need Reform
- Commemorative Commission to Honor the Contributions of the Women of Virginia
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