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Jul 2, 2016 11:45pm EDT
of governor can george allen as secretary of natural resources. she has also held significant roles in the reagan administration as deputy assistant to the president for presidential personnel, later his special assistant to the president and directer of his office of cabinet affairs. she also served as senior special assistant to attorney general edwin meese, and in particular to today's program, as deputy undersecretary of the department of the interior as well as the assistant secretary for fish, wildlife and parks. please join me in welcoming my colleague, becky norton dunlop. becky? [applause] >> thank you so much, jon, and just a pleasure to see all of you here today. this is an exciting day. it's always exciting when good friends and great people turn out great books. and we've got one today that we're going to be introducing to you. it's my pleasure to introduce both of our co-authors for today, and i'm going to introduce them both and then ask them to come to the podium and make their remarks, and we'll have plenty of time for questions. our first can co-author is kathleen
CSPAN
Jul 9, 2016 3:00pm EDT
at heritage, she served in the cabinet of governor george allen as secretary of natural resources. she has also held significant roles in the reagan administration as deputy assistant to the president for presidential personnel, later his special assistant to the president and director of his office of cabinet affairs. she also served as senior special assistant to attorney general edwin meese, and particular to today's program as deputy undersecretary of the department of the interior as well as the assistant secretary for fish, wildlife and parks. please join me in welcoming my colleague, becky norton dunlop. becky? [applause] .. our first co-authors kathleen white, distinguished senior physical and resident and director of the armstrong center for energy and technology. prior to going with the foundation -- as chairman and commissioner of the texas commission on environmental quality. with regulatory jurisdiction over air quality, water quality, water rights and you tilt, storage and disposal of waste, staff of 3,000 with an annual budget of 600 million and 16 regional offices
CSPAN
Sep 10, 2016 11:45pm EDT
joining us at heritage she served as cabinet of governor george allen as secretary of natural resources and also held significant roles in the reagan administration as deputy assistant to the president, presidential personnel, later special assistant to the president and director of the office of cabinet affairs, and specialists particularly to today's program for the department of interior. for fish, wildlife and parks. please join me in welcoming our colleague, becky norton dunlap. [applause] >> thank you so much. a pleasure to see all of you today. this is an exciting day, always exciting when good friends and great people turn out great books. we have one we will be introducing to you. my pleasure to introduce both of our co-authors for today. i will introduce them both to make their remarks and we have plenty of time for questions. our first co-author is kathleen white, director of the armstrong center for energy and environment at texas public policy foundation. prior to going with the foundation she served a 6-year term as chairman in environmental quality. with jurisdi
CSPAN
Jul 3, 2016 6:45pm EDT
george allen as secretary of natural resources. she also held significant rolls in the reagan administration as deputy assistant for the presidential personnel she also served as senior special assistant in particular to today's program as deputy undersecretary as well as the system for secretary, fish wildlife and parks. join me in welcoming my alley. i'm. >> you much john and is just a pleasure to see all of you here today. this is an exciting day. it's always exciting with good friends and great people turn out great books. without once a day that we are going to be introducing to you. it's my pleasure to introduce both of our co-authors for today and i'm going to introduce them both and then ask them to come to the podium to make their remarks will have plenty of time for questions. our first co-author is kathleen white. she is a distinguished fellow and resident and director of the armstrong center for energy and the environment at the policy foundation. prior to going with this foundation she served a six-year term as chairman and commissioner of the texas commission on
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Oct 23, 2016 3:00pm EDT
george bush appointee to the water development board were she sat and tall appointed. also on the texas economic the relevant commission and recently completed her term as an officer and director of the lower colorado river authority on the editorial board of regulatory science in the texas water foundation. with a national review investor business daily "the washington examiner" in the texas newspapers. did as a contributor to the heritage foundation with those eight principles of the conservation ethic that i hope you all have a copy but most recently testified before a u.s. senate and most importantly we met when we were mere children. continuing to be a great warrior. hour of -- other of 39 everybody knows him in a television star stephen moore and on the radio we like to listen to him. formally rose for the "wall street journal." in the member of the editorial board in return to heritage about 25 years sector first serving here in 2014. twenty-five years after his tenure as a leading conservative think tanks with a budgetary affairs 1984 to 1987 and also founded as club for g
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)