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EEOC chairwoman Jenny Yang said last year that the new workplace data would be helpful in combating the gender pay gap and pay discrimination.
Awan was kept on the payroll for about six more months by Wasserman Schultz, a Florida Democrat, former Democratic National Committee chairwoman, and Clinton insider.
First Lady Melania Trump is the honorary chairwoman of the committee.
Covington Schools Superintendent Alvin Garrison, school board chairwoman Julie Geisen Scheper and other officials weren't immediately available for comment Friday afternoon.
Marian Anderson Award chairwoman Nina Tinari said Warwick’s artistry is matched by her commitment to humanitarian causes.
But Rep. Kay Granger of Texas, the chairwoman of the House Appropriations defense subcommittee, objected to Lee’s amendment.
Mitchell is co-chairwoman of a restructuring practice at Greenberg Traurig that has worked on both sides of many public bond restructuring deals outside of bankruptcy, Bronin said.
Less than two hours into Fed chairwoman Janet Yellen's testimony to Congress Wednesday, two surprise attendees brought up one of the only financial topics not on the docket at the hearing: Bitcoin.
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CHAIRWOMAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chairwoman for English Language Learners
: a woman who leads a meeting, organization, committee, or event
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