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Dr. Myrna Bair, Policy Advisor and Assistant Professor, Public Management Faculty and
Director of IPAs Womens Leadership Development Program, has been named
President of the Lincoln Club of Delaware. Bair joins other notables who have presided over this club in the past, including former University of Delaware President David Roselle.
The purpose of the club is to promote the legacy of Abraham Lincoln.
It has two major functions each yeara fall wine/cheese/speaker program
and a February black-tie dinner.
A former state senator, Bairs policy interests include leadership in the 21st century; leadership for women; leadership and public policy; Myers-Briggs; strength-deployment
inventory; change; ethics; and social capital for individuals,
organizations, and the community. Bair received a bachelor's degree in
chemistry from the University of Cincinnati and her Ph.D. in inorganic
chemistry from the University of Wisconsin.
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