Ann Dibble Jordan
"Ann Dibble Jordan became the first African American to chair a Presidential Inaugural in 1996. Formerly a social worker, a professor at the University of Chicago, and the director of the Social Services Department at the Chicago Lying-In Hospital, Mrs. Jordan now works tirelessly to better the position of women and minorities across the country. She is a leader who has made civic society stronger and richer.
"Ann Jordan serves on the Board of Johnson & Johnson, Automatic Data Processing, Citigroup, and Catalyst and is a trustees at The Brookings Institute, the University of Chicago, WETA (Washington's PBS affiliate), and The Phillips Collection. Mrs. Jordan also chairs the Board of Directors at the National Symphony Orchestra and works with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and the Washington Area Women's Foundation." 
- "Anne Dibble Jordan", (Biographical note), Undated, Accessed June 2007.