Christine Todd Whitman

Former Governor of New Jersey, co-chair of National Task Force on Rule of Law and Democracy

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President of the Whitman Strategy Group, former former Governor of New Jersey and Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, she now co-chairs of the National Task Force on Rule of Law and Democracy 

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