Joining the inner circle

Jones, Joyce
March 1997
Black Enterprise;Mar1997, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p22
Features Alexis Herman and Rodney Slater, secretaries-designate of the Department of Labor and Transportation. Reflection of Herman and Slater's nominations; Herman as director of the White House Office of Public Liaison; Other positions that Herman held in various government offices; Why Herman was not organized labor's first choice for the position; Slater as head of the Federal Highway Administration.


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