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Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release September 20, 1993


WASHINGTON, D.C. - President Clinton today announced his intention to nominate Joan Logue-Kinder as Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs and Public Liaison at the Department of Treasury. The President also announced his appointment of Darcy Bradbury as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Federal Finance.

"Secretary Bentsen and I are pleased to have these two talented individuals on board," the President said. "I am sure they will work hard to ensure the Treasury Department works well for the American people."

Logue-Kinder has served as vice president of Edelman Public Relations Worldwide since 1991. She served as senior vice president and managing director of the Mingo Group/Plus from 1990 - 91 and as corporate vice president of the National Black Network from 1980 - 90. Logue-Kinder was public relations director of the National Black Network from 1976 - 80. Longtime co-director of the World Institute of Black Communications, Inc. (1978 - 90), she is also a member of Who's Who in America. LogueKinder attended Wheaton College and Adelphi University and received a B.A. in Sociology.

Bradbury comes to Treasury from the New York City comptroller's office, where she served as Deputy Comptroller for Finance from 1990 - 93. Prior to serving in the comptroller's office, she was an investment banker in public finance at The First Boston Corporation and Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc.. Bradbury earned an A.B. in 1978 and an M.B.A. in 1982, both from Harvard University.