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SOLD OUT - EPA Admin. Lisa Jackson *86: Mentoring at the Top

SOLD OUT - EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson *86, great speaker for Princeton Prize '09, addresses "Women and Mentoring at the TOP."


HEAR the HONORABLE Lisa Jackson *86, Administrator of EPA -- in an extended talk on a topic vital to everyone.

Hear a leader who knows the value of "mentoring at the top."  Admin. Jackson heads an agency with 17,000 employees and works regularly as a mentor to other women and men.  Learn from a pro who's engaged regularly (these days) in issue management.  

 EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson *86

EVENT: WOMEN and MENTORING at the TOP -- with the Honorable Lisa Jackson *86
WHEN: Tuesday, May 18, 6:30 pm
WHERE: HSBC (DC Headquarters)
1130 Connecticut Avenue - 12th Floor - Washington, DC
Site is across from the Mayflower Hotel ...
METRO: This is Metro Accessible (Farraguts); parking also available
COSTS: $20 for PCW Members; $15 for Young Alum Members (ltd. stock)

RECEPTION includes food and refreshments. REGISTRATION CLOSED...


The Honorable Lisa P. Jackson leads EPA's efforts to protect the
health and environment for all Americans.  She and a staff of
over 17,500 professionals work across the nation to help create
a new green economy, address health threats from toxins and
pollution, and renew public trust in EPA's work. She has promised
that all of EPA's will reflect the best science, adhere to the rule
of law, and be implemented with transparency.

Ms. Jackson is the first African-American to serve as the head of
the EPA.  She's made it a priority to focus on vulnerable groups
especially children, the elderly and low-income communities
that are traditionally susceptible to environmental and health
threats.  In addressing these key issues, she has promised all
stakeholders their seats at decision making tables.

Prior to this top role at EPA, Jackson served as Chief of Staff
to New Jersey Governor Jon S. Corzine and Commissioner of
the state's Department of Environmental Protection (EDP).

Ms. Jackson is a summa cum laude graduate of Tulane University
and earned her master's degree in chemical engineering from
Princeton in 1986. She was born in Pennsylvania but raised
in New Orleans.


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