Democratic's Lose Powerhouse
Founded First Major D.C. Lobbying Firm Led by a Woman
Ms. Wexler began her unlikely rise to prominence in Democratic Party circles as a Connecticut housewife who joined the PTA and a local zoning board. By 1978, she had carved out an important role in the Carter White House and used her skills at compromise and negotiation to win support on Capitol Hill for the administration's legislative programs.
In 1981, she founded Wexler & Associates with two other two other Carter White House veterans, Gail L. Harrison and Robert Schule.
A tip of the hat to a tough feisty woman.
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