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Trinity Graduate Cathleen Black ’66 Named Chancellor of NYC Public Schools

November 9, 2010 - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appointed Trinity graduate Cathleen Black ’66 to serve as chancellor of the NYC public school system.   Black will be the first woman to head the nation’s largest school system, with a $23 billion budget, 135,000 employees and more than one million students.  Black is currently chair of Hearst Magazines; she served as president of Hearst Magazines for 15 years, where she launched O: The Oprah Magazine and published some of the nation’s and world’s largest circulation magazines, including Esquire, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, and Good Housekeeping. Continue reading

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