|Margita E. White|
AKA Margita Eklund White
Birthplace: Linkoping, Sweden
Location of death: Arlington, VA 
Cause of death: Cancer - Lung
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Party Affiliation: Republican
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: FCC Commissioner, 1976-79
Before her appointment to the FCC, Margita White worked in the White House Office of Communications, first as an assistant to Director of Communications Herbert G. Klein from 1969-73, and later as Director herself from 1975-76. From 1988 to 2001, White was the President of the Association for Maximum Service Television, an organization seeking to strengthen the accessibility of broadcast television networks.
 Virginia Hospital Center, Arlington, VA.
University: BA Government, University of Redlands (1959)
University: MA Political Science, Rutgers University (1960)
Association for Maximum Service Television President (1988-2001)
US FCC Commissioner (1976-79)
White House Communications Director (1975-76)
White House Staff Asst. to White House Communications Dir. (1969-73)
George W. Bush for President
Broadcasting and Cable Hall of Fame 2003
Naturalized US Citizen 1948
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