Allida Black

Virginia Leadership Council / Hillary for Virginia Leadership Council

Guest

Member of the Virginia Leadership Council and Hillary for Virginia Leadership Council; co-founder of the WomenCount PAC to support Hillary Clinton; Research Professor of History and International Affairs at George Washington University and Founding Editor of the Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, a project that preserves and teaches Eleanor Roosevelt's writings;

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