Wall Street Journal Highlights Nyack ATS Commencement Speaker
Posted by Deborah.Walker on Wednesday June 11, 2008
"Journal Women's Front Lines," a Wall Street Journal Online blog, noted the substantial number of female Commencement speakers at American colleges and universities this year. A June 10 posting linked their website visitors to the speech delivered at the Nyack /ATS Commencement ceremony by the 24th United States Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao on May 19.
See http://blogs.wsj.com/frontlines/2008/06/10/dream-big-etc which links to the complete address heard by our graduates, family, and friends at the Westchester County Center in White Plains, NY.
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