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  Shalala, Donna
<-  2019-01-01  
NameDonna Shalala
Address60 Edgewater Dr
Coral Gables, Florida , United States
Website [Link]
Born February 14, 1941 (81 years)
ContributorUser 13
Last ModifedRBH
Jan 27, 2019 02:52am
Tags Arab - Catholic -
Info2001-present President, University of Miami

1993-2001 Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

1987-1993 Chancellor, University of Wisconsin - Madison

1980-1987 President, Hunter College of the City University of New York

1977-1980 Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

1975-1977 Director and Treasurer of the Municipal Assistance Corporation for the City of New York

1972-1979 Associate Professor and Chair, Program in Politics and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University

1962-1964 U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Iran

Shalala, Donna (1941- ), United States secretary of health and human services, born in Cleveland, Ohio, and educated at Western College. After graduating in 1962, she served two years in the Peace Corps in Iran, then returned to the United States to attend Syracuse University. After graduating from Syracuse in 1970, she taught political science at Bernard Baruch College in New York City, then taught politics and education at Columbia Teacher's College. In 1975 Shalala became director and treasurer of the Municipal Assistance Corporation, which helped reverse New York City's financial collapse. In 1977 she became assistant secretary for policy research and development at the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in Washington, D.C. At HUD she promoted women's issues, working toward the creation of battered women's shelters, mortgage credits for women, and anti-discrimination measures. Shalala served as president of Hunter College in New York City from 1980 until 1988. In 1988, when she was named chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, she became the first woman to head a Big Ten school. Shalala also chaired the Children's Defense Fund, and in 1993 she was selected by President Bill Clinton (1993- ) to be secretary of health and human services. A dynamic leader, she outlined five major policy initiatives for her first year: revision of health-care financing, expansion of the Head Start program for preschool children, universal childhood immunizations, expansion of AIDS research, and welfare reform.

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09/10/2018-09/13/2018 McLaughlin & Associates (R) 31.00% ( 0.0) 30.00% ( 0.0) 38.00% ( 0.0)

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Apr 22, 2020 02:25pm News Donna Shalala apologizes for not reporting stock trades  Article IndyGeorgia 

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