12 Facts About Kathleen Brown


Kathleen Lynn Brown was born on September 25,1945 and is an American attorney and politician who served as the 29th Treasurer of California from 1991 to 1995.


Kathleen Brown was born in San Francisco, the youngest of four children of former California Governor Pat Kathleen Brown.


Kathleen Brown is the youngest sister of twice-California Governor Jerry Brown.


Kathleen Brown is a graduate of Stanford University and Fordham University School of Law.


Kathleen Brown was elected to the Los Angeles City Board of Education in 1975, then re-elected in 1979.


Kathleen Brown was a member of the Los Angeles Board of Public Works from 1987 to 1989.


In 1994, Kathleen Brown ran for Governor of California against Republican incumbent Pete Wilson.

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Kathleen Brown's candidacy made her the third member of her family, after her father and brother, to run for the office.


Kathleen Brown ultimately lost to Wilson, with the Los Angeles Times concluding that she "changed issues too often and ran out of money".


Kathleen Brown is a member of the board of directors for Sempra Energy, owners of Southern California Gas Company responsible for the Aliso Canyon gas leak.


Kathleen Brown had three children with her first husband, George Rice, then divorced him.


Kathleen Brown's dog, named Sutter, was given to Jerry Brown, and became California's First Dog in 2011.