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NAME: Margaret Metcalfe
RACE: Congressional Delegate
PARTY: Republican
VILLAGE: Harmon
CONTACT:  Claire McDonald Meno, (671) 788-2912
BIO:

A TRUE and LOYAL DAUGHTER OF GUAM, Margaret grew up as ""Pudding"" McDonald Glover, the eldest of 4 children to Elizabeth ""Pumpkin"" McDonald, a teacher on Guam since before the war, and Tom Lee Glover, with the Navy here on island.

She is married to Chris Metcalfe, a retired banker and real estate developer in Silicon Valley Calif. They have two sons, John and Christopher who are both married, work and reside with their families in the Bay Area.

Education: 

San Vicente Catholic School

Academy of Our Lady Class of 1966

Foothill College,  Los Altos Hills, CA

University of San Francisco, SF, CA

Work Exp:

Clerked for Guam Dept. of Finance

"Candy Striper" w/Naval Hospital during Viet Nam War.

 Guam tour guide w/Kay Heck Tours

1967 Miss Guam Univ./Int'l.

Accountant to 200+ small businesses in Silicon Valley.

Office Manager w/Guam Cable TV

Corp. Officer w/Bank of America 17+ yrs.

Real estate developer 30+ yrs.

Consultant in personnel and finance to various Silicon Valley firms.

Owned and operated ""Ave Maria Community Ctr."" Serving Catholic Community over 22+ yrs.

Opened 2nd office in Hagatna at request of Catholic Diocese.

Director of Governor’s DC Office (Guam’s Liaison to the Federal Government’s Executive Branch)

  

Qualifications: 

Serving as life long ambassador, educating people on and promoting our island, customs and traditions.   

Bachelor degree in accounting and economics.

45 years in banking, finance, lending, business management, and real estate development.

20+ years working w/veterans and government officials.

Republican National Committeewoman, Territory of Guam

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