Called the Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace, the initiative was spearheaded by Kathleen Kennedy, president of Lucasfilm; Maria Eitel, cochairwoman
of the Nike Foundation; the powerhouse attorney Nina Shaw; and Freada Kapor Klein, the venture capitalist who helped pioneer surveys on sexual harassment decades ago.
"Designed with the convenience of parents and the health of their children in mind, no other cleanser is as gentle on the eyelids as OCuSOFT Baby," cochairwoman
and chief executive officer Cynthia Barratt comments.
Conservative Party cochairwoman
Baroness Warsi earlier linked the rise of the UK Independence Party (Ukip) with the decline of the BNP.
Margaret Howell, cochairwoman
of the committee with Sareth Nainby- Luxmoore, said: "We were very pleased with the money raised, considering the economic climate.
Simone Christiaan, cochairwoman
of campaign group Rage, said: "We are devastated but we are not surprised.
A*Alice Rothchild is cochairwoman
of Jewish Voice for Peace in Boston.
Katherine Harris, cochairwoman
of Florida's George W.
Indeed, it is as much for politicians as it is for gays and lesbians that the cards are being distributed, says march cochairwoman
Donna Red Wing.
The Emmy Award-winning television producer of many Hallmark Hall of Fame presentations ("Miss Rose White," April 1992, had 10 Emmy Award nominations and received four; "Decoration Day," December 1990, had four nominations and received one), Rees is cochairwoman
of the National Council for Families and Television.
A founding cochairwoman
of the group, Rebecca Johnson of Britain, said that anti-nuclear campaigners recognise the challenge of persuading nuclear powers to agree to give up their weapons.
Lynn Woolsey (D., Calif.), cochairwoman
of the Progressive Caucus.
Robbin Burr, who heads American's gay marketing team and is cochairwoman
of GLEAM, says the flurry of do.