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Christine Todd Whitman

Christine Todd WhitmanAKA Christine Temple Todd

Born: 26-Sep-1946
Birthplace: New York City

Gender: Female
Religion: Presbyterian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: GWB's first head of EPA

Former Governor of New Jersey, first head of EPA under George W. Bush, she famously and misleadingly said the air was safe to breathe in the aftermath of 9/11.

Father: (construction contractor)
Husband: John R. Whitman (m. 1974, 2 children)

    High School: Chapin School, New York City
    University: BA Government, Wheaton College Massachusetts (1968)

    US EPA Administrator (2001-03, resigned)
    Governor of New Jersey (1994-2000)
    Member of the Board of S. C. Johnson & Son
    Member of the Board of Texas Instruments (2003-)
    Member of the Board of United Technologies (2003-)
    British Petroleum Advisory Council
    Alfalfa Club 1995
    Bilderberg Group
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Cancer Institute of New Jersey Steering Committee
    Eisenhower Fellowships Trustee
    Friends of Giuliani Exploratory Committee
    George W. Bush for President
    International Republican Institute
    It's My Party Too Founder
    John McCain 2008
    Kay Bailey Hutchison for Senate
    Millennium Challenge Corporation Board of Directors
    New America Foundation Board of Directors
    Oquirrh Institute Board
    Overcoming Obstacles Board of Advisors
    Republican Leadership Council Co-Chair, National Board
    Santorum 2000
    W Stands for Women 2004
    Young Republicans President, Wheaton College club
    Bush Pioneer 2004 Ranger

Author of books:
It's My Party Too: The Battle for the Heart of the GOP and the Future of America (2005)

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