Donna Shalala

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Donna Shalala

Donna Edna Shalala is a Florida Democratic Representative (Florida 27) who won her election in 2018.

From 1977 to 1980, Donna Shalala served as the assistant secretary for policy development and research at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development under Jimmy Carter.

Donna Shalala was Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 2001.

Donna Shalala was President of University of Miami from 2001–2015.

She was President of the Clinton Family Foundation from 2015 to 2017.

Council on Foreign Relations member

As of Sept. 1, 2009, Donna Shalala served on the "National Programs" "Committee of the Council" for the Council on Foreign Relations:[1]

Trilateral Commission

The Chicago Tribune reported in 1991 that Donna Shalala was "just off a 13-hour weekend flight from a Tokyo meeting of the Trilateral Commission".[2]

Covid Zoomcall


Tomas Kennedy August 26 2020·

This was an important conversation happening right now on the inhumane conditions immigrants face in detention and how COVID-19 has made those conditions worse.

With Maria Bilbao, Tomas Kennedy, Rep. Anna Eskamani, Evan Jenne, Rep. Dotie Joseph, Romina Montenegro, Daniella Levine Cava, Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, John Potes, Yariel Gonzalez, Rep. Donna Shalala, Mayra Ramirez, Bud Conlin, Andrea Ruiz-Sorrentini, Victoria Mesa-Estrada, Paula Munoz, Karina Ganies, Rebecca Talbot, Bobby Bracy, Daniel Yim, Sean McCrackine.

Desmond Tutu

In her role as chancellor of the University of Wisconsin–Madison at age 50 (in 1991), the Chicago Tribune reported:

"The Wisconsin press has shown an abiding interest in her as well. Never before have they had a chancellor like Shalala. She has thrown the doors of the chancellor`s mansion open to scores of receptions, dinners and salon-type bashes for such guests as Bishop Desmond Tutu, the South African activist."

Juan Cuba connection

Juan Cuba January 13 2019·


Some Miami-Dade Democrats with our newest Congress member Donna Shalala for Congress at her swearing in today. — with Cecilia Tavera-Webman, Maria-Elena Lopez, Laura Krecic-Wagner and Steven Dloogoff.

Support from Onward Together

Onward Together supported Donna Shalala as a candidate for the 2018 midterm elections.[3]

Policing round table

June 8 2020, Representative Donna Shalala joined more than 150 Members of Congress in co-sponsoring the Justice in Policing Act of 2020, a bold, comprehensive approach to hold police accountable, change the culture of law enforcement and build trust between law enforcement and our communities. If signed into law, the Justice in Policing Act of 2020 would ban chokeholds, mandate the use of dashboard cameras, prohibit local law enforcement from racial, religious and discriminatory profiling, and facilitate training on racial, religious, and discriminatory profiling for all law enforcement.

WHO: Congresswoman Donna Shalala, (FL-27)


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  2. LEADER OF THE PACK accessed Sept 17 2019
  3. Onward Together website: PAC (accessed on June 12 2019)
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