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Kamala D. Vice President Harris and her sister, Maya Harris, were primarily raised and inspired by their mother, Shyamala Gopalan. Gopalan, a breast cancer scientist and pioneer in her own right, received her doctorate the same year Vice President Harris was born.
Her parents were activists, instilling Vice President Harris with a strong sense of justice. They brought her to civil rights demonstrations and introduced role models—ranging from Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall to civil rights leader Constance Baker Motley—whose work motivated her to become a prosecutor.
Growing up, Vice President Harris was surrounded by a diverse community and extended family. Inshe married Douglas Emhoff. They have a large blended family that includes their children, Ella and Cole. Throughout her career, the Vice President has been guided by the words she spoke the first time she stood up in court: Kamala Harris, for the people. She was elected District Attorney of San Francisco in In that role, Vice President Harris created a ground-breaking program to provide first-time drug offenders with the opportunity to earn a high school degree and find employment.
The program was deated as a national model of innovation for law enforcement by the United States Department of Justice. She defended the Affordable Care Act in court, enforced environmental law, and was a national leader in the movement for marriage equality. In her first speech, she spoke out on behalf of immigrants and refugees who were then under attack. As a member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, she fought for better protections for DREAMers and called for better oversight of substandard conditions at immigrant detention facilities.
On the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, she worked with members of both parties to keep the American people safe from foreign threats and crafted bipartisan legislation to assist in securing American elections. She visited Iraq, Jordan, and Afghanistan to meet with servicemembers and assess the situation on the ground. She also served on the Senate Judiciary Committee.
During her tenure on the committee, she participated in hearings for two Supreme Court nominees. As Senator, Vice President Harris championed legislation to reform cash bail, combat hunger, provide rent relief, improve maternal health care, and address the climate crisis as a member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. Her bipartisan anti-lynching bill passed the Senate in Her legislation to preserve Historically Black Colleges and Universities was ed into law, as was her effort to infuse much-needed capital into low-income communities during the COVID pandemic.
She is the first woman, the first Black American, and the first South Asian American to be elected Vice President, as was the case with other offices she has held. She is, however, determined not to be the last. Kim E. House of Representatives in July As Deputy, Campbell oversees the policies, procedures, and management of the divisions of the Sergeant at Arms. Campbell began her career as a Criminal Investigator ased to the Washington, D.
Field Office. In her role at the Secret Service she oversaw criminal investigations, presidential protections, science and technology, and special projects. Clinton and First Lady Hillary R. Clinton and President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush. Campbell was appointed Special Agent in Charge of the Liaison Division within the Office of Government and Public Affairs in where she secured all diplomatic and official passports.
Campbell led the transformation of the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act for the USSS, markedly improving response, compliance, case management, and oversight for information resources. Campbell collaborated with the USSS and the Netherlands Forensic Institute and brokered an international agreement to enhance forensic investigative capabilities.
On January 6 th Campbell was an instrumental player in securing Members of Congress and staff. Campbell was personally recognized for her professionalism and dedication to ensuring the safety and security of Members and staff. Abina, a native of Historic Selma, AL, grew up at the feet of several civil and voting rights foot soldiers and giants, where she developed a passion for fighting against social injustice.
She is the co-Founder of Salute Selma, Inc. Annually, Salute Selma, Inc. Through her activism and non-profit Salute Selma, Inc. The Honorable William J. He is the thirty-eighth person to hold this post since the House of Representatives first met in New York City in As an elected officer of the House of Representatives, the Sergeant at Arms is the chief law enforcement and protocol officer of the House of Representatives and is responsible for maintaining order in the House side of the United States Capitol complex.
The Sergeant at Arms reviews and implements all issues relating to the safety and security of Members of Congress and the Capitol complex. The Sergeant at Arms also coordinates extensively with the U. Capitol Police and various intelligence agencies to assess threats against Members of Congress and the Capitol complex. Duties include overseeing the House floor and galleries, the House Appointments Desk, the House garages and parking lots, as well as administering all staff identification badges.
Opal Lee was born October 7, in Marshall, Texas. Her mother moved to Fort Worth when she was ten years old. Terrell High School in at the age of She earned her Bachelors of Arts degree in from Wiley College now Wiley University and returned to Fort Worth to teach at Amanda McCoy Elementary School for 15 years where she was regarded as one of the best educators in her field. At night she worked at Convair now Lockheed Martin to support her children. Retiring gave Mrs.
Lee the time and opportunity to become even more involved in the community. She volunteered at Habitat for Humanity, and served as a member of the board. With Lenora Rolla as its inspiration, Mrs. She is an active member in her church, Baker Chapel AME where she serves as a Missionary, church school teacher, assistant teacher and Deaconess. Opal stood alongside the president during this historic occasion and received the pen in which he used to off on the law. Adjoa B. Asamoah is a seasoned executive, award-winning impact strategist, international influencer, and leading authority on racial equity, with expertise in organizational and leadership development, leveraging cultural intelligence and behavioral psychology to create meaningful systems change.
She was tapped by the Biden-Harris campaign to serve as the National Advisor for Black Engagementand has served as a trusted advisor to numerous federal, state, and local officials. She is highly sought after to develop diverse coalitions, and liaise between political entities, corporations, and civil rights organizations. Ultimately, Adjoa is the go-to change agent to mobilize leaders and communities for thoughtful, collective social and political action.
Her cultural capital and influential global network have resulted in her being tapped by media companies like BET and SiriusXM to serve as a guest host, and her work can be viewed on radio, tv, and in print. She was a teaching assistant at Temple University, and served as an adjunct professor at Rowan University. As faculty, she has taught courses in both Psychology and African American Studies departments.
She has provided subject matter expertise as an appointee to numerous national commissions, committees, boards, think tanks, and advisory councils for notable organizations, including NAACP, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, and The National Coalition of Black Women, Incorporated.
She has been appointed by multiple DC superintendents to the federally-mandated State Title I Committee of Practitioners, and she has been elected as chair for four consecutive years. Esi Eggleston Bracey is a transformational business executive with nearly 30 years of experience in general management, brand building, and marketing leadership. She has a track record of success in creating, accelerating and turning around business across branded productsectors and geographies through marketing and operational excellence.
She is leading these brands and her team powerfully through the COVID pandemic, unlocking unprecedented growth record H1 performance and market place impact including but not limited to noteworthy programs Dove Courage is Beautiful, America wil not be Beautiful, Fathers Taken programs.
Prior to ing Unilever, Esi spent more than 15 years as a leader in the dynamic global cosmetics industry. An energetic and dynamic leader known for creativity and out-of-the-box thinking, she is consistently recognized for her ability to guide organizations through brand-building excellence, agility and operational discipline in light of competitive pressure and a rapidly-evolving marketplace.
She is well known for her disruptive work on COVERGIRL partnering with unconventional beauty talent Queen Latifah, Pink, Ellen, Janelle Monae before their prime, breakthrough new product innovation, and unexpected pop-culture tie-ins partnerships sports, movies, female empowerment that fostered record brand love, equity, and sales growth. Esi is married with two children year-old daughter, Anura, and year-old son Benoit.
She currently lives with her family in New York City. Kelli is an Emmy Award-winning creative visionary and entrepreneurial business leader with over 30 years of leadership experience in brand-building. Kelli is founder and CEO of JOY Collectivea Black and woman-owned marketing and creative agency committed to delivering purpose-driven work that positive impacts our community.
Kelli is also Founder of The SonRise Projecta safe space for parents of children who struggle will mental wellness and addiction issues. She hosts a weekly Sunday morning call for parents nationwide to find solace and help. Kelli is from Cleveland Ohio an unwavering Browns fan! She is actively involved in several professional and civic organizations, including Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, and is a generous, mother, wife and friend.
She tries to give more than she receives — always with a JOYful heart and positive, passionate spirit.Nsa walk talk Baton Rouge
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