Kathleen McGinty

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Kathleen A McGinty became the first woman to head the state Department of Environmental Protection, a 3,000-employee agency, in 2003. Her emphasis was in creating approaches to environmental problems that generate economic growth and encourage advanced technology development in Pennsylvania.

McGinty has also worked extensively on national public policy, acting as Deputy Assistant to President Bill Clinton and chairing the White House Council on Environmental Quality. She also created and headed the first-ever White House Office on Environmental Policy.

Apollo Alliance

Kathleen A. McGinty serves on the board[1]of the Apollo Alliance.

In 2006, McGinty, served on the National Advisory Board of the Apollo Alliance.[2]