|Governor of Pennsylvania|
|High school||St. Hubert's High School|
|Bachelor's||St. Joseph's University (1985)|
|J.D.||Columbia University School of Law (1988)|
Following her graduation from law school, McGinty was a judicial clerk at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She won the Congressional Fellowship of the American Chemical Society, leading her to work in the office of then-Senator Al Gore.
In 1993, newly elected President Bill Clinton asked her to serve as his Deputy Assistant and then as Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality. She served as an advisor to Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign before joining Natsource, where she served as Vice President for Asset Management. She remained in this role until 2003 when named by then-Gov. Ed Rendell (D) to head the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
- Bachelor's, St. Joseph's University, 1985
- JD, Columbia University School of Law, 1988
- See also: State executive official elections, 2014
McGinty and her husband Karl have three daughters. They live in Wayne, Chester County, Pennsylvania.
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