Former Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman began a career in public service more than 30 years ago when she successfully sought a seat on the Tolland Board of Education. After serving for eight years on the Tolland BOE, Wyman was elected to four terms in the State House of Representatives where she served as chair of the Education Committee and held a leadership position on the Appropriations sub-committee on Elementary and Secondary education. In 1994, she became the first woman elected State Comptroller. Wyman was later elected 108th Lieutenant Governor serving as a partner to Governor Dannel P. Malloy in the work to bolster statewide economic recovery and build a strong foundation for growth, long-term stability and prosperity. She chairs the board of the Interagency Council for Ending the Achievement Gap and is the Chair of the Board of Access Health CT, Connecticut’s official health insurance marketplace. Created in 2011 to comply with the federal Affordable Care Act, Access Health CT is recognized nationally as one of the best health exchanges in the country, with other states implementing Connecticut’s technology.