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That makes four-year universities and colleges “a really expensive career exploration program,” quipped Amy Loyd, vice president at the education and employment policy organization Jobs for the Future.
In September, Onwusa was promoted to vice president and chief curator.
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There’s so much we can learn from private sector companies in China and vice versa.
Apple has announced a new vice president of inclusion and diversity.
Guilad Regev is senior vice president of global customer success at Claroty.
Mark Kinney, the company’s senior vice president of government relations, said the law is putting companies in a very difficult position.
She also serves as vice chair of the IUCN Primates Section on Small Apes.
Kimberly Powell, vice president and general manager of health care at Nvidia, believes her company, in effect, is building time machines.
He is vice chairman and the longest-serving member on a board that stands out for its large number of millennial members.
Enough electors flipped from Democratic nominee Richard Johnson that it forced the vice presidential race to the Senate—where he was confirmed.

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