Monday, July 11, 2011

President Obama announces more key administration posts

The White House

Office of the Press Secretary

WASHINGTON has now President Barack Obama his intention to appoint the following persons to the Central Administration posts:

Michael A. Hammer, Assistant Secretary for public affairs, the Department of StateCharles Mcconnell, Assistant Secretary for fossil energy, Department of energy

The President announced also its intention to appoint the following persons to the Central Administration posts:

Terry Guen, Member, Advisory Council on historic preservationDorothy t. Lippert, Member of the Advisory Council on historic preservationRosemary A. Joyce, Member of the cultural property of Advisory Committee

President Obama said: "Our nation strong is served by the talent and the experience to bring these people in their new roles." "I am grateful that they have agreed in this administration are used, and I look forward to working with them in the months and years."

President Obama announced his intention of the following people for centrally managing, posts to call:

Michael A. Hammer, nominee for Assistant Secretary for public affairs, the Department of State
Currently is Michael A. Hammer, a career member of the senior foreign service, acting Assistant Secretary and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for public affairs at the U.S. Department of State.  In this assignment Mr. Hammer as Special Assistant to the President, Senior Director for press and communication and National Security Council spokesman January 2009 to January 2011. previous assignments in the National Security Council spokesman and Director of the Andes include Affairs Deputy.  Since 1988 the foreign service, Mr. Hammer served abroad in Bolivia, Norway, Iceland and Denmark.  In Washington, D.C., Mr. hammer has also in the operations center and as a Special Assistant Under Secretary for political affairs was.  Mr. Hammer holds a b.a. from Georgetown University School of foreign service and master's degrees from the Fletcher School of law and diplomacy of at Tufts University and the National War College at the National Defense University.

Charles McConnell, nominee for Assistant Secretary for fossil energy, Department of energy
Charles McConnell is the Chief Operating Officer for fossil energy at the U.S. Department of energy (DOE). Before he was Mr. McConnell as Vice President of carbon DOE in 2011, management of the Battelle energy technology from 2009-2011, responsible for Economics and technology management. He previously spent 31 years with Praxair, Inc., in various positions in the United States and Asia, including as global Vice President. Mr. McConnell technologies gasification and clean coal technology foundation of Texas has held a series of advisory positions, including the presidencies of the Council. He served on the Advisory Boards of the FutureGen in Texas, the Gulf Coast carbon Center and T & P synthesis gas company, the Pittsburgh coal Conference coal use Research Council. Mr. McConnell holds a BS in chemical engineering at Carnegie Mellon University and an MBA in finance from Cleveland State University.

President Obama announced his intention of the following people for centrally managing, posts to call:

Terry Guen, Member of the Advisory Council on historic preservation officer
Terry Guen, FASLA, is President and owner of Terry Guen Design Associates, Inc., a Chicago consulting firm specialized in the master planning and design of the contextual and sustainable public spaces and landscapes.  Mrs Guen was lead landscape architects and urban planners for the West side waterfront - Hudson River Park plan in New York, the Charles River basin plan for the Department of conservation and recreation in Boston, and is the master landscape architect of Millennium Park, Chicago.  In 2009, Ms. Guen was honoured as a fellow of the American Society of landscape of architects.  Graduate of Bowdoin College and the University of Pennsylvania, is on the Faculty of design at the Illinois Institute of technology (with), program for landscape architecture.

Dorothy t. Lippert, Member of the Advisory Council on historic preservation officer
Dorothy Lippert is currently a case officer in the repatriation Office of the National Museum of natural history of the Smithsonian Institution. In her current position, Mrs Lippert responds to return requests from native American tribes for human remains and sacred material.  After graduate school, Mrs Lippert worked McGovern Hall of the Americas as a coordinator for the John p. at the Houston Museum of natural science education.  She is currently Executive of the World Archaeological Congress in the and is a member of the Board of Directors for the society for American archaeology past.  Her research interests include the development of indigenous archaeology, repatriation, ethics, and the archaeology and Bioarchaeology of the southeastern United States.  Mrs Lippert b.a. their. from Rice University and their m.a. and PhD. from the University of Texas at Austin.

Rosemary A. Joyce, representative members, cultural property Advisory Committee
Rosemary, Joyce is Professor of anthropology and former Chairman of the Anthropology Department at the University of California, Berkeley. It is one of the world's leading experts on Honduran archaeology and once served as an Assistant Director of the Peabody Museum at Harvard University and Director of the Hearst Museum in Berkeley. It served as an officer of the Department of archaeology of the American Anthropological Association, in the committees of the society for American archaeology and Archaeological Institute of America, and is a member of the society for historical archaeology. Her research includes comparative study of the collections of Honduras in the sixteenth century from archaeological materials in museums in Europe, the United States, and Central America and historical research on the origins of the museums in systematic recording of objects.  Professor Joyce delivered her a.b. from Cornell University and her PhD. in Anthropology from the University of Illinois in Urbana.

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