Patricia Fenati attended college at Jacksonville University graduating with a BS in Mathematics. I was the first female Student Government President at the university … After college I moved to New York City where I started a career in the computer industry, a career which including programming, consulting, sales, teaching, and network simulation for large businesses, military, and government agencies.
My career changed for thirteen exhilarating years after I became a stay-at-home mom enjoying life our three wonderful children.
Then, after returning to the computer field, I earned an MS in Telecommunications Management at UMUC, where I was asked to serve on the Alumni Association Board as a student representative.
After retirement, I was elected to the Montgomery County Republican Central Committee where I served as Organization Chair and created a course in precinct organization. I am a member of the Upper Montgomery Republican Woman’s Club and an associate member of the other Republican Women’s clubs in the county
I am the District Chair of District 14. I also ran for state Delegate in District 14 three times. In 2014 I was the Republican who came closest to winning in this county.