Three attorneys were nominated by President Barack Obama to serve in various administrative posts, the White House announced Wednesday.
Mark Alderman, a partner at Cozen O’Connor and chairman of Cozen O’Connor Public Strategies, the firm’s lobbying arm, was nominated as a member for the National Air and Space Museum advisory board. Alderman, who works out of the firm’s Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. offices, is in the business law department of the government relations group.
Keith Harper, a Washington-based partner and chair of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton’s Native American practice group, was nominated to become a member of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships. Harper, who is a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, focuses his practice on litigation, green economy and Native American affairs.
Fletcher Wiley, of counsel at Bingham McCutchen, was nominated to serve as a member of the Board of Visitors to the United States Air Force Academy. Wiley, who is based in the firm’s Boston office, focuses his practice on corporate and commercial law, small business development, public and private finance, entertainment law and real estate.
“It gives me great confidence that such dedicated and capable individuals have agreed to join this administration to serve the American people,” Obama said in a statement.
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