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This important committee brings tribal governments and local government together to help mitigate the impacts of gaming on surrounding communities," said Chairwoman Dianne Jacob.
She sits as a parttime chairwoman of tribunals dealing with child support and benefits.
India's Vidya Chhabria, chairwoman of Jumbo Group, and Naina Lal Kidwai, vice chairwoman and managing director of HSBC Securities and Capital Markets, were at No.
Elected to a one-year term as chairwoman of the NCA board of directors was Mary Williams, senior vice president of Starbucks Coffee Company, Seattle, Washington.
Compagnia di San Paolo said that Sister Giuliana, who will replace Elsa Fornero, was currently chairwoman of Italian bank Intesa Sanpaolo's supervisory board.
They are Mary Richards, chairwoman, All Seasons Bed & Breakfast Inn; Suzy Fischer, chairwoman-elect, Riverboat Discovery & El Dorado Gold Mine; Buzzy Chiu, secretary, Bridgewater Hotel; and Matt Atkinson, treasurer, Northern Alaska Tour Co.
Deisy Weber Kusztra, Chairwoman of the World Family Organisation (WFO), hailed Tunisia's experience in matters of reinforcing women's role in public affairs in light of the avant-garde decisions of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali whom she congratulated on his brilliant re-election last October, 25.
In a separate appointment Janet Hawes has been named as the new chairwoman of Pembrokeshire Local Health Board.
DOUGLAS - A School Committee member who once served as chairwoman has resigned.
Dalal Al Zayed was elected unopposed for the fourth consecutive year as legislative and legal affairs committee chairwoman, with former MP Khamis Al Rumaihi as her vice-chairman.
The Supervisory Board of Siemens AG has elected Birgit Steinborn, Chairwoman of the company's Central Works Council, to the position of Deputy Chairwoman of the Supervisory Board.