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Senko of Sotheby's International Realty, Michele Llewelyn Vice President of Sotheby's International Realty
Current: CalCPA Council; San Francisco Chapter, first vice president; San Francisco Chapter Biotechnology & Life Sciences Committee; San Francisco Chapter Real Estate Committee; San Francisco Chapter Membership Committee, chair; CalCPA Membership Committee; San Francisco Chapter Pension-Audit Committee, liaison.
12] In 1967, for example, historian Egal Feldman, in his well-known article "Prostitution, the Alien Woman, and the Progressive Imagination," argued that the white slavery polemics represented the hyper-nativism of a status-conscious middle-class, while the vice commission reports exemplified the best of Progressive-era municipal research.
DeQuasie was previously director of public affairs for Pfizer North American Animal Health and senior vice president with Fleishman-Hillard before starting her own independent consulting business in 1997.
Chicago, has appointed Cliff Greifer vice president of service development, George Hrivnak vice president of logistics services and George Kuebler vice president of content acquisition and management.
Before joining Crum & Forster last year as an executive vice president, Antonopoulos was a principal of Marsh & McLennan Capital Inc.
Robert Wyant was named vice president of quality assurance for Bridgestone/Firestone.
Fairfax, Virginia-based-Sunrise Assisted Living has named Daniel Schwartz senior vice president of operations, Bill Burland director of sales and marketing, Michele Schreck manager of sales and marketing, Maureen Thompson director of operations, Liz Thomaides-Weiss executive director of Sunrise Independent, and Assisted living of Abington (Pennsylvania), Jason Klaskin executive director for Sunrise Assisted Living of Exton (Pennsylvania), and Karen Wolfrom, RN, director of community relations at Exton.
But Gore never cut her off by saying he had already answered the questions, a point raised by two Clinton aides who were critical of the vice president's performance.
Since joining American University in 1995, she has, in addition to her university legal practice, served as the co-chair of the University's Diversity Strategic Plan, served as the acting vice president of development in 1999-2000, co-anchored two award-winning video training tapes with the College and University Personnel Association, and served as a lecturer at numerous national conferences on law and higher education.
Formerly first vice president, Fenlon now serves as senior vice president.
Coulson to the newly created position of group vice president.
Fischer vice president of end-of-car operations, John Wories, Jr.
The City Council turned what was expected to be a routine function into controversy when Councilman Henry Hearns was selected vice mayor over Councilwoman Deborah Shelton.