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Lisa P. Jackson is the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and one of the most powerful women in America. Her position puts her at the center of the clash between the Obama administration and Congressional Republicans over environmental policy.  With Republicans in control of the House, Ms. Jackson and her agency have been the target of a full-throated assault, particularly on the E.P.A.’s plans to regulate carbon dioxide emissions (NYT).
Environmentalists and ambitious careerists should get to know her:
Interview with Little Pink Book, a career advice website for women
Recently on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Speaking schedule, maybe you can see her speak in your city!
Facebook
Twitter (a must follow for enviros!)
Profile on Washington Post’s Who Runs Government 
The NYTimes has written 52 articles about Jackson and the EPA since Obama appointed her in 2008

Lisa P. Jackson is the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and one of the most powerful women in America. Her position puts her at the center of the clash between the Obama administration and Congressional Republicans over environmental policy.  With Republicans in control of the House, Ms. Jackson and her agency have been the target of a full-throated assault, particularly on the E.P.A.’s plans to regulate carbon dioxide emissions (NYT).

Environmentalists and ambitious careerists should get to know her:

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  • Dec 05, 2011
    1. monkuh reblogged this from thegreenurbanist
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    3. humboldthunnie reblogged this from thegreenurbanist and added:
      super cool to see such a woman of power, especially in the sciences!
    4. everybodyraiseyourhands reblogged this from thegreenurbanist and added:
      Heeeey! I know you ;D!
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    6. thegreenurbanist reblogged this from climateadaptation and added:
      I enjoyed the Interview with Little Pink Book. Insightful.
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      She’s a great speaker. Total role model. :)
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