Maggie Shaw

Maggie Shaw is a retired former neuroscience laboratory manager at the University of Utah and special educator. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Wilkes University and a Masters in Education from the University of Utah. Alongside her husband, a registered nurse, Maggie retired to Driggs, Idaho, where she enjoys camping, hiking, and equestrian activities. Having spent 40 years in Utah prior to relocating, Maggie chaired a community organization in Salt Lake aimed at enhancing neighborhood safety and providing input for development projects.

She advocates for data-driven decision-making and strongly supports public education. Additionally, Maggie is an advocate for women’s autonomy in healthcare decisions, believing that such matters should be free from government interference. She also advocates for the preservation of public lands, emphasizing the importance of keeping them accessible to the taxpaying public.

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