Christina Macy

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Christina Macy "currently serves as Publications Director at the International Youth Foundation (IYF), where she is in charge of writing and producing IYF’s reports, newsletters and brochures. Deeply committed to giving voice to today’s young people by telling their personal stories, she has traveled extensively around the world to document the impact of IYF initiatives on young lives. Before 2000, Ms. Macy served in the White House as senior speechwriter to First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, accompanying her on global trips to promote economic and human development, women’s rights, and democratic institutions. Earlier, she served as a speechwriter for Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke. During the 1970s and 1980s Ms. Macy worked as a writer and communications specialist with public interest organizations promoting civil liberties, human rights, religious tolerance and government reform, including People for the American Way, Center for National Security Studies, National Public Radio, Institute for Policy Studies and the Indochina Resource Center." [1]

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  1. Christina Macy, Government Accountability Project, accessed December 24, 2007.