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Connie Sorrentino moved to Arlington in the 1950s and attended Washington-Lee High School.  She enjoys living in her rambler and is pleased to join the ANV Board to help others who choose to age-in-place. Connie is retired from a career as an economist with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics where she managed the international comparisons program. She served at two international organizations, in Paris and Geneva, leading the development of new statistical indicators. Since retirement, Connie has devoted herself to volunteer work. She is a member of the Board of the nonprofit Lymphoma Foundation of America. At the Unity of Fairfax Church, Connie led the Helping Hands Ministry – matching volunteers with congregants seeking help. She is a member of Unity’s Benevolence Fund Committee which provides emergency financial aid to congregants. At ANV, Connie has been a volunteer since 2014. She currently serves on the Fundraising Committee, researching prospective grant funders and enhancing ANV’s profile on charity rating sites. Connie received a degree in economics from the George Washington University.