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Kay Coles James

Born: 1-Jun-1949
Birthplace: Portsmouth, VA

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: Black
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Director of OPM, 2001-05

Husband: Charles James, Sr. (three children)

    University: BS, Hampton Institute (1971)
    Administrator: Dean, School of Government, Regent University (1996-99)

    The Gloucester Institute President
    J. C. Watts Companies Senior Partner
    Athena Innovative Solutions, Inc. Senior EVP (2005-)
    Office of Personnel Management Director (2001-05)
    Virginia State Official Secretary of Health and Human Services (1994-97)
    Family Research Council Senior VP
    One to One Partnership EVP and COO
    US Office of National Drug Control Policy Assoc. Dir.
    US Health & Human Services Department Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs (1989-)
    National Right to Life Committee Director of Public Affairs (1985-89)
    Circuit City Personnel Director (1983-85)
    Housing Opportunities Made Equal Community Relations Director (1981-83)
    Housing Opportunities Made Equal Asst. to Housing Coordinator (1980-81)
    Virginia State Official Coordinator, DDPA Office (1978-79)
    Member of the Board of Amerigroup (1999-2001 and 2005-)
    Member of the Board of Aveta, Inc.
    Member of the Board of Mercantile Bankshares
    Member of the Board of PNC Financial (2006-)
    American Legislative Exchange Council Board of Scholars
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Focus on the Family Board of Directors
    Friends of George Allen
    The Heritage Foundation Senior Fellow
    Salvation Army National Board

Author of books:
Never Forget (1993, memoir)
Transforming America From the Inside Out (1995)
What I Wish I'd Known Before I Got Married (2001)

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