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Guest on The Infra Blog: Lexer Quamie, Counsel, Public Policy Department, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

Posted by Steve Anderson on Thursday, August 25th, 2011

bio-pic-lexer Lexer Quamie is a Counsel in the Public Policy Department of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. At The Leadership Conference, she helps facilitate the development of a federal policy agenda for a broad coalition of civil and human rights groups and analyzes federal current civil rights issues and legislation in the areas of Transportation Equity, Workers’ Rights, Equal Opportunity, and Criminal Justice.

Prior to joining The Leadership Conference, Ms. Quamie was a Policy Analyst with the Center for Law and Social Policy where she provided policy guidance on job quality and work life issues. Ms. Quamie has also practiced employment litigation with the international law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, and clerked for the Chief Judge of the Eastern District of Virginia, the Honorable James Spencer.

Lexer Quamie:

The Leadership Conference

Transportation Equity: The Basics

Representation in Transport Policy

Why lack of dialogue?

Download transcript (PDF): Lexer Quamie on The Infra Blog

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