John Kivington

May 2007
Hill;5/15/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 57, p34
The article profiles John Kivington, staff director of Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee Subcommittee on Federal Financial Management in the U.S. His first work was a lifeguard at the neighborhood pool in his hometown Newark, Delaware. Moreover, he describes his most unusual job, and most embarrassing moment at work.


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