Wynn's new press aide works through the pain

Marcum, Karissa
September 2007
Hill;9/4/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 99, p20
The article profiles Eriade Hunter, the new press secretary for Rep. Albert Wynn in Maryland. Hunter is a native Californian who stands five feet and 11 inches in height and unluckily her right knee dislocated when she was trying out for a semi-professional basketball team living her an impressive scar. According to her, the scars are just reminders of where she has been in life wherein she used it in approaching life with the same matter-of-fact attitude and positive disposition.


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