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Lynn Martin    

An Unparalleled Authority on the Modern Workplace; Former Secretary of Labor for President George W. Bush's Administration

Renowned for the advances she made in modernizing our views and policies of labor, Secretary Martin focused her tenure on achieving a highly skilled, highly-paid workforce. She championed the issues of all workers, particularly females and minorities, by providing comprehensive solutions which strengthened our labor market as a whole. For her strong leadership and sound economic guidance, and in recognition for her ten-year career as a Congresswoman, Secretary Martin was named one of the fifteen Women of the Century by the Chicago Sun-Times.

The private sector anxiously sought Secretary Martin to apply her expertise to its internal corporate structures. She currently chairs Deloitte & Touche’s Council on the Advancement of Women, a glass ceiling initiative which oversees corporate efforts to provide full opportunity to talented women and men. Secretary Martin is also chairwoman of "The Future of the Health Care Labor Force in a Graying Society," a University of Illinois task force.

In her speeches, Secretary Martin sheds light on the modern American workplace and the needs of industry and employees. Credited while Secretary of Labor with expanding the scope of that office to include women's and retirement initiatives, as well as proposals to better prepare the workforce for the 21st century, Secretary Martin brings breadth and authority to any debate on issues affecting the modern American workforce.

Secretary Martin resides in Chicago.


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