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Official Notice of Public Meetings
  OFFICIAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETINGS   The Wayne State University Board of Governors and three of its standing committees will meet on Friday, December 5, 2014 in Room FGH at McGregor Memorial Conference Center, 495 Gilmour Mall, Detroit, MI 48202.  The schedule of meetings is shown below   Academic Affairs Committee -- 10:30 a.m. Budget and Finance Committee -- 10:45 a.m. Student Affairs Committee -- 11:00 a.m.   3:30 p.m.   …  Board of Governors meeting  

Debbie Dingell

Elected November, 2006
Current term of office:  January 1, 2007 through December 31, 2014

Debbie Dingell is currently the President of D2 Strategies, and is Chair of the Manufacturing Initiative of the American Automotive Policy Council. She is an active civic and community leader in both Michigan and Washington, D.C. and is a recognized national advocate for women and children. She recently completed a more than 30 year career at General Motors as a senior executive, where she headed the GM Foundation and public affairs. Mrs. Dingell has both a B.S.F.S. in Foreign Service and an M.S. in Liberal Studies from Georgetown University.

Mrs. Dingell is also a national Democratic strategist, a member of the Democratic National Committee and has chaired numerous political campaigns. She currently chairs several boards, initiatives and committees and sits on numerous cultural, health, social services and civic boards in both Michigan and Washington, D.C. Much of her recent work has been focused on ethical issues and social responsibility as it relates to government and business. A known “bridge-builder,” she continues to promote and lead efforts toward greater understanding among the Detroit area’s Mideast community.

As a respected, bi-partisan voice, she is a regular contributor to the Fox News Channel, MSNBC, and is a regular roundtable Panel participant on Detroit’s WDIV’s “Flashpoint” as well as several other media programs in Michigan and Washington, D.C. She is included in Washingtonian’s 2012 100 most influential women in Washington, DC and Detroit Crain’s listing of the 100 most influential women in Michigan.

Mrs. Dingell is married to Congressman John D. Dingell of Michigan.


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