Former Special Counsel to the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Vice Chairman of the Joint House - Senate Economic Committee. Former Member of the New York State Assembly 1975 - 1980. Former Member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, serving as Majority Leader 1963 - 1964 and as Speaker 1965 - 1968. Formerly Founder and CEO of a mining explosives company (25 years). Rose to the position of Special Assistant to President Bill Clinton and Senior Director for African Affairs, National Security Council. Graduate of the Harvard Advanced Management Program. Member of the Society of Actuaries, and of the American Academy of Actuaries. Founder and CEO of The Wisdom Fund, and recipient of the 2002 Gold Award from the Human Rights Foundation for his book Joel S.
Member of the Judiciary Committee, the Finance Committee, and the Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee. Co-Chairman of the Joint House-Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (JICI) that investigated the events of 9/11. Walter Peterson – 81st Governor of New Hampshire 1969 - 1973. Also served on the House Transportation and Science Committees. He served also on a congressional commission, similar to the 9/11 one, and with the Office of Management and Budget. Recipient of the Presidential Rank Award for Distinguished Senior Career Executives presented by Vice President Al Gore 1998. Former Director, Office of Engineering, Washington, D. Author of more than 120 technical and non-technical articles and reports.
Currently a distinguished visiting fellow at Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies. Although it was not hit by an airplane, it completely collapsed into a pile of rubble in less than 7 seconds at p.m. Currently, Vice Chairman of the Board, Hill & Knowlton. So when you arrived at [at the Presidential Emergency Operating Center in the White House], how much longer was it before you overheard the conversation between the young man and the vice president saying, "Does the order still stand? And your inference was that the vice president snapped his head around and said, "Yes, the order still stands." Why did you infer that that was a shoot-down? Former Director of Environment, Energy and Natural Resources, National Governors Association. Hirschhorn has been a consultant to industrial and chemical companies, DOE laboratories, state governments, and public interest organizations. of Aerospace Engineering and Aviation and Professor of Public Policy, Ohio State University.
Served on the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs, the Committee on Foreign Relations, and the Committee on Environment and Public Works. Member of Senate committees; Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, Committee on Environment and Public Works, Committee on Foreign Relations, Special Committee on Aging. It would have been the tallest building in 33 states. Former 12-term Congressman from California 1971 - 1995. And the president was in Florida, and I believe he was on his way to Louisiana at that point when the conversation that went on between the vice president and the president and the staff that the president had with him. Testified more than 50 times before Congress on technology, science, and environmental issues.
Appointed by Governor David Paterson on January 23, 2009, to fill the Senate seat vacated by Hillary Rodham Clinton, who had been appointed United States Secretary of State. After government experience served as President, Franklin Pierce College (20 years) and as Trustee of the University System of New Hampshire (12 years). Previously a financial analyst, budget analyst, and management consultant with Arthur D. Editor's note: WTC Building 7 was 610 feet tall, 47 stories. Senior Vice President, Lockheed Martin 1995 - 2000. Enver Masud, BS EE, MS OR (Operations Research), PE – Former Chief, Strategic and Emergency Planning Branch, U. Hirschhorn, BS Metallurgical Engineering, MS Metallurgical Engineering, Ph D Materials Engineering – Senior Staff Member, Congressional Office of Technology Assessment 1978 - 1990.
Executive Director, Brookline (MA) Mental Health Association. Nugent, B EE, PE – Retired Assistant Director of Research at the Library of Congress' Information Technology Services (22 years of service).
Served in a variety of positions at the Library, including Director of Technology of the Center for Innovative Management and Technology and as Assistant Director of Automated Systems.