Q&A with Michelle Bernard
Michelle Bernard spoke about her experiences, life and career, as well as observations on issues such as gender and race issues. She is the president of the Independent Women’s Forum. She also appears frequently on MSNBC television as a political and legal analyst. She was on the Bush-Cheney Presidential Inaugural Committee, chairman of the District of Columbia’s Redevelopment Land Agency, and a partner in the law firm of Patton Boggs LLC. Her columns appear in a variety of newspapers across the country. She is the author of Women’s Progress: How Women Are Wealthier, Healthier, and More Independent Than Ever Before (Spence: November 15, 2007). close
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Michelle D. Bernard President and CEO Independent Women's Forum
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