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- Robert A. Clifford chair of the American Bar Association's Task Force on Terrorism and the Law
- Larry Zensinger director of the recovery division of the Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Daniel Borochoff president of the American Institute of Philanthropy
- Dr. Bernadine Healy health editor, U.S. News & World Report; former director, National Institutes of Health; former director, the American Red Cross; author, "Living Time: Faith and Facts to Transform Your Cancer Journey."
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