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Wall Street Journal Names Training and Outreach Manager

Wall Street Journal Names Training and Outreach Manager

Cordelia A. Banny will join The Wall Street Journal as Manager of Training & Outreach. In her new role, she’ll be tasked with leading growth and success, as well as redesigning and expanding the WSJ’s training programs. Banny previously served as a Program Manager for Dow Jones’ Innovation team, where she supported partnerships and communications. Before that, Banny worked as a Project Manager for WJM Associates, an executive coaching company. There, she played a central role in structuring workshops, overseeing implementation of coaching services and driving the organization’s digital transformation. The Hofstra University graduate begins her new role on November 19th. More here.

Children’s Defense Fund Founder Marian Wright Edelman to Step Down

Children’s Defense Fund Founder Marian Wright Edelman to Step Down

Black Caucus Issues Vote of ‘No Confidence’ in DNC Chair Tom Pérez

Black Caucus Issues Vote of ‘No Confidence’ in DNC Chair Tom Pérez