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Dolly Christian direcotr of civic affairs for The Sperry and Hutchinson Company.

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Esther Edwards is a dynamic voice in Motown Records Enterprises in Detroit.

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Florence Wolford
EEO Officer, McGraw-Hill Co.

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Marcia Bowles, daughter of the la[[te?]] Whitney Young is EEO person for Avo[[n?]] Industries.

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Eleanor Applewhaite, Attorney General of the Broadcast Section Group at CBS

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Jean Shropshire, a former school teacher in the U.S. and Nigeria is known for her community work in the City of Milwaukee.

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Wanda Washington is one of the reasons why Philip Morris Co. has an outstanding community relations program.

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Joyce Davila sees to it that all [[?]] community relations programs are [[?]]licized to the nation.

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Conchita Nakatani is the good right hand of Dorothy Height at the National Organization of Business Women's Clubs.

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Barbara Kalunda is an advertising supervisor for the firm of Uniworld Corp. based in New York.

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Mary Ellen Shad Strong is consultant for Kellogg Co.

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Charlayne Hunter-Gault is a member [[of?]] the Lehrer/McNeil News team.

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