Doris Hausser, a longtime federal employee, brings a wealth of experience in human capital from her many positions at the Office of Personnel Management, most recently as Senior Policy Advisor to the Director.
The Honorable Janice R. Lachance, Chief Executive Officer of SLA (Special Libraries Association) since 2003, leads the global association of 9,000 information professionals and their strategic partners in 75 countries.
The Honorable Linda M. Springer is an Executive Director in the Government and Public Sector Practice of Ernst & Young, LLP, where she is coordinating and engagement partner for selected departments and agencies and leads Ernst & Young’s Federal risk service line.
Bob Tobias is a Distinguished Practitioner in Resident at the Department of Public Administration and Policy at American University, where he teaches courses in public sector leadership in the Key Executive Leadership Program.
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