Two Women Named To White House Posts
WASHINGTON (AP) _ President Reagan on Friday named two women to posts in the White House Office of Public Liaison.
Mary McGeein Schnepper was appointed special assistant to the president for public liaison, specializing in dealing with commerce and professional associations. Ms. Schnepper graduated from the Mercy School of Nursing in Toledo, Ohio, and Marymount University in Arlington, Va.
Reagan announced the appointment of Juanita Donaghey Duggan to be special assistant to the president, specializing in domestic policy liaison.
Mrs. Duggan, formerly an assistant legislative director for Action, the anti-poverty program, is a graduate of Georgetown University.
Reagan also named two people to the job of associate counsel in the White House counsel’s office.
They are Patricia Mack Bryan and Benedict Simms Cohen, who have served in the office since June 1987.
Ms. Bryan is a graduate of Gettysburg College and Harvard Law School and Cohen graduated from Yale University and the University of Chicago Law School.