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At the Fed, Janet L. Yellen, the economist who was the chairwoman of the Board of Governors, on Monday completed her term and handed power to her successor, Jerome H. Powell.
The senior Alaska senator keeps tabs on Pacific island concerns as chairwoman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, which oversees Interior.
Goldberg served as chairwoman of the university’s Department of Visual and Performing Arts from 2010-2014 and worked as co-principal investigator on the DREAM project (Developing Reading Education through Arts Methods).
As well as risking wrongful convictions, this could cause strong cases to fail, if juries lose faith in the evidence put before them, warns Angela Rafferty, the chairwoman of the Criminal Bar Association.
In her new role, Sykes also will serve as chairwoman of BP Exploration & Production as sit on the BP America board.
Simon, who is also the executive chairwoman of the NCAA, had been president of Michigan State since 2003.
His Attacks on the Press The event, hosted by Ronna Romney McDaniel, the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, and the casino mogul Steve Wynn, will benefit the Trump presidential campaign and the RNC.
The seat is held by council chairwoman Mary Kay Sigaty, a Democrat.
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