Marnie Sheehan Carter, Candidate for City Council in Concord

Candidate information for the Nov. 6 election.

General Information

Name : Ms. Marnie Sheehan Carter
Place of residence : Monument Corridor, Concord


Attended college : Yes
College : University of San Francisco
Degree: International Business Law 

Other education: Certification in legal studies from San Francisco State University

Military service

Has served in the military: Yes
Rank: Sergeant
Date when discharged from duty: 1995

Employment Information

Job titles held: Legal Educator/Manager of Litigation Operations and Information Management
Employers: Organization of Legal Professionals/San Francisco State University/Gilead Sciences, Inc.

Political Information

Running for a: Local office 
Running for position: City Council
Previous elective offices: Regional Director of Women in Ediscovery


Twitter: @Carter4Concord

Other facts

Marnie Sheehan Carter was born in Concord, California as a 6th generation Californian. As the great, great granddaughter of Ygnacio Sibrian, the namesake of the Ygnacio Valley, Ms. Carter heard many stories during her childhood of her family's connection to the land and community once known as Rancho Miguel. Her connection to the citizens of Concord was continued by her grandfather, James H. Sheehan, who served as Mayor of Concord and subsequently as a member of City Council beginning in 1950. Marnie Sheehan Carter attended Most Precious Blood parochial school (now known as St. Francis of Assisi) in Concord. She graduated from Carondelet High School.

View all the Concord candidate profiles for the 2012 election here.

Tamara October 02, 2012 at 06:10 AM
Oh, for Pete's sake, the candidate info is mixed up. The "Other Facts" info is HOWARD GELLER'S. He's running for the CLAYTON city council.
Emily Henry October 02, 2012 at 04:35 PM
Tamara, we had a technical glitch but it's fixed now. Thanks for pointing it out. You can also always email me if you notice something that needs correcting: emily.henry@patch.com.


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