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Margaret Whitehead served in the Office of First Lady Barbara Bush. She also worked in the U.S. Department of Labor as Congressional Liaison Officer for Secretary of Labor James Hodgson. In addition to serving on the Board of the National Cancer Research Foundation of America, Whitehead has participated in advocacy and fundraising for numerous local and national educational, medical, and faith-based organizations, including Princeton University and the Potomac School.
Whitehead holds a Ph.D. in American Studies from The George Washington University. Her dissertation, The Making of the Museum of Modern Art's Photography Canon, investigates MoMA as an arbiter of modern American identity in connection to what she claims as the twentieth century canon for the medium.
Whitehead's late husband, Clay T. Whitehead, was a distinguished and much beloved Trustee of Hudson Institute.
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