Famous Notables We Have Photographed

 
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Michael Steele:

Is an American politician and MSNBC political analyst as of May 2011.[1] Steele served as the first African-American chairperson of the Republican National Committee from January 2009 until January 2011.[2] From 2003 to 2007, he was the seventh Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, the first African American elected to statewide office in Maryland. During his time as Lieutenant Governor, he chaired the Minority Business Enterprise taskforce, actively promoting an expansion of affirmative action in the corporate world. Steele became the first African-American to serve as Chairman of the RNC from 2009-2011

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Judge Glenda Hatchett:

Is the star of the former court showJudge Hatchett, and founding partner at the national law firm, The Hatchett Firm, PC. In the Fall of 2016 Judge Hatchett returned to TV. Her court show now appears on Channel 57 The Cube in Houston Texas. Hatchett has appeared on numerous media outlets as a guest commentator and legal analyst on national issues. She has appeared over a dozen times on CNN as a guest commentator,[11] and as a guest on The ViewJimmy Kimmel LiveThe Mo'Nique Show, and the Young and the Restless.

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DwightGooden:

Is an American former professional baseball pitcher who played 16 seasons in Major League Baseball (MLB). Gooden pitched from 1984 to 1994 and from 1996 to 2000 for the New York MetsNew York YankeesCleveland IndiansHouston Astros, and Tampa Bay Devil Rays. In a career spanning 430 games, he pitched  2,800 2⁄3 innings and posted a win–loss record of 194–112, with a 3.51 earned run average (ERA), and 2,293 strikeouts.

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Glenda Morean-Phillips:

Was Trinidad and Tobago’s Ambassador to the United States, and Permanent Representative to the Organization of American States. She assumed this position on June 6, 2008. Morean-Phillip enrolled as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of Trinidad and Tobago in 1974. She engaged in active private practice as head of her law firm up to 2001.   

During the period 1989-1991, she was the first female to be nominated to the position of president of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago, and from 1992-1995 and 1998-1999, she served as a member of the Disciplinary Committee of the Law Association.  

 

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From 1987 to 2001, Morean-Phillip served as an associate tutor on the faculty of the Hugh Wooding Law School, St. Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies. She was also appointed by cabinet as a member of the Legal Aid and Advisory Authority from 1994-2001.  

Morean-Phillip acted as a judge of the Supreme Court of Trinidad and Tobago from 1999 to 2000, and was appointed as a member of the Senate, the Upper House in the Parliament of Trinidad and Tobago, in 2001. She was the longest serving female attorney general of Trinidad and Tobago, from December 2001 to November 2003.  

From November 2003 to April 2008, she served as high commissioner for Trinidad and Tobago based in London, with accreditation to the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Sweden and Germany.   

She was also appointed president of the Women in Diplomatic Service – a London-based group of senior female diplomats accredited to the Court of St. James’s, for a period of one year, 2006 to 2007.

Sources:  Wikipedia, Allgov.com