|Birth Day||July 14, 1953|
|Birth Place||Pittsfield, MA|
|Age||67 YEARS OLD|
After completing her undergraduate education at Williams College, she received her law degree from Boston University and subsequently worked for the Boston-based law firms Goodwin Procter and Parker, Coulter, Daley & White.
In the late 1990s, she was one of the lead prosecutors in the trial of British nanny Louise Woodward for the wrongful death of Matthew Eappen, the Massachusetts-born infant who had been in her care.
She lost the 2010 special U.S. Senate election (to replace the recently deceased Ted Kennedy) to Republican candidate Scott Brown.