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Examples of "verdery"
Verdery is a contributor to Security Debrief, a blog of homeland security news and analysis
First You Build a Cloud is an album by guitarists Andy Summers and Ben Verdery on the Rare Recordings label. The album consists of twelve guitar duets, with Verdery on acoustic and Summers on electric.
Monument Policy Group is a lobbying firm founded by C. Stewart Verdery in 2006. Verdery is the former first Assistant Secretary of Policy at the Department of Homeland Security.
Wooster continues to retain its reputation as a leader amongst Episcopal schools; the church's top educator award is named for former School Head John D. Verdery.
Additional performances by Bang on a Can All-Stars, Bill Frisell, Grizzly Bear, The Dirty Projectors, Ben Verdery, and Glenn Kotche.
John Marshall (born May 1, 1954) is an American percussionist. He has worked with many musicians including David Darling, George Benson, Benjamin Verdery, and the Paul Winter Consort.
Prior to his service at DHS, Verdery served as general counsel to Sen. Don Nickles (R-Okla.), Assistant Senate Majority Leader, from 1998 until 2002, where he handles issues such as the response to the September 11 attacks in 2001, the Clinton impeachment trial and other legal issues. Verdery also oversaw the creation and management of the Senate Republican High Tech Task Force. Verdery also served as counsel to Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) on the Senate Judiciary Committee and directed the committee’s crime unit. In addition, while at the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration from 1996–1998, he worked for Chairman John Warner (R-Va.), investigating the contested Louisiana Senate election.
In 1997, Coulter and Verdery followed up with the album "Celtic Sessions", which featured contemporary arrangements of old Irish songs. Coulter characterized the album as "pristine ... capturing a range of nuances and gentle moods that are rarely heard on recordings of Celtic music." In 1999, Coulter and Verdery concluded the trilogy with the album Crooked Road, which again featured traditional Irish and Scottish melodies, as well as some contemporary songs. The album features Benjamin Verdery on classical guitar, Barry Phillips on cello, Shelley Phillips on oboe and English horn, Lars Johanneson on flute, Deby Benton Grosjean on fiddle, and others.
In March 2005, Summers made his debut at Carnegie Hall, playing the premier of "Dark Florescence", a concerto composed for him and Verdery.
In a 2009 interview, with Allan Kozinn, published in the New York Times Sunday Arts & Leisure, Spelman discussed the influence of classical guitarist and composer Benjamin Verdery, whom he had first encountered in a master class in Santa Cruz, California.
Noted faculty have included the pianists Adelaide Banaszynski ("Miss B"), Ralph Votapek, David Hazeltine, and Berkeley Fudge. Other current and former faculty include Margaret Hawkins, Lee Dougherty, Pearl Brice, Benjamin Verdery, Rebecca Penneys, Tony King and Jessie Hauck.
Verdery served as the first Assistant Secretary of Policy and Planning at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from 2003 to 2005, following his unanimous confirmation by the U.S. Senate. At DHS’s Border and Transportation Security Directorate he led efforts to develop and implement policies related to immigration, visas, and travel facilitation; cargo security and international trade; transportation security; and law enforcement. Verdery supervised policy development for agencies such as U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Transportation Security Administration. He also worked extensively with foreign governments, including negotiation of the first treaty between the U.S. and European governments on airline passenger data issues, and appeared frequently as a witness in hearings before numerous congressional committees and as a public speaker on topics related to homeland security, travel facilitation, and international trade. Verdery also chaired official government advisory committees related to international trade and tourism and served on the President’s Advisory Committee to Protect Americans’ Civil Liberties.
Charles Stewart Verdery Jr. (born 1967) is an American lobbyist and political professional who founded the government affairs and consulting firm Monument Policy Group in 2006, where he remains a partner. One of "National Journal"'s "Political Insiders”, Verdery is a sought-after public speaker and commentator on a wide range of public policy topics, including frequent appearances on networks such as Fox News and CNN. He is especially well-known for his work on technology and telecommunications, homeland security and law enforcement, international trade and commerce, and intellectual property issues.
He studied with Robert Ravera, Mario Paysee and Eduardo Fernandez in Uruguay and Marc Regnier, James Ferla, and Benjamin Verdery in the USA. In 2009 he recorded his debut CD for the Fleur de Son label and performed with the Buffalo Philharmonic and the SODRE Orchestra in Uruguay.
"The Sun's" first female reporter was Emily Verdery Bettey, hired in 1868. Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd was hired as a reporter and fashion editor in the 1880s; she was one of the first women to become a professional editor, and perhaps the first full-time fashion editor in American newspaper history.
In addition to his government positions, Verdery has served as: a Principal at the government relations firm of Mehlman Vogel Castagnetti; the Senior Legislative Counsel for Vivendi Universal Entertainment, focusing on telecommunications and intellectual property issues; and an Associate at the Washington office of law firm Baker & Hostetler.
On the other hand, as Kligman and Verdery explain, "Collectivization brought undeniable benefits to some rural inhabitants, especially those who had owned little or no land. It freed them from laboring on the fields of others, and it increased their control over wages, lending to their daily existence a stability previously unknown to them."
Verdery received his B.A. from Williams College in 1989, where he played college baseball, and his J.D. from the University of Virginia in 1993. He graduated from the Woodberry Forest School, where he served on the Board of Advisors from 2009-2011.
Cameron studied Archaeology at Sonoma State University just prior to extending her high school career as an actress by acting for several years at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, in Ashland, Oregon. Cameron then moved to Seattle, where she continued acting at several locations including the Seattle Rep. It was in Seattle that Cameron met her husband, Jim Verdery.
Over the years, Summers has collaborated with a number of guitarists, including Robert Fripp, John Etheridge, Victor Biglione and Benjamin Verdery. In December 2004, he and Copeland joined Incubus on stage in Los Angeles and performed "Roxanne" and "Message in a Bottle".