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Photo Gallery: Women Veterans' Job Fair, Dallas, Texas.
(March 8, 2012)

Images include:

  • Joyce Williams, district director, Workforce Education and Development, Educational Affairs, Dallas County Community College District. center: Motivational speaker during the lunch program: Major General Mary L. Saunders, USAF (Ret.) (right:) Beverly Lyle, Women's Bureau regional administrator in Dallas.
  • Women veterans attending Job Fair.
  • (Left:) Dolores Bischof, Beverly Lyle and Valerie Davis, Women's Bureau staff in Dallas; (Right:) Elizabeth Todd, regional director for Public Affairs in Dallas.
  • Dr. Stephen R. Holt, Deputy Chief of Staff, North Texas Health Care System, US Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • General session of Women Veterans Resource/Job Fair, Dallas.
  • Breakout session of Women Veterans Resource/Job Fair, Dallas.
  • From left to right, the panel of experts addressing issues unique to women veterans are: Tammy Wood, program manager of Health Care for Homeless Veteran Programs, VA Community Liaison, VA North Texas Health Care System; Mary Sweeney, women veteran program manager, VA North Texas Health Care System; Mark Kerssemakers, regional veterans employment representative, Texas Veterans Commission; Armetta Morrison, compliance officer, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs; Marilyn Brandenburg, federal project officer/state liaison for the State of Arkansas, Employment and Training Administration; Keith Ribnick, unemployment insurance program specialist, Employment and Training Administration; Victoria Rae, director for financial aide, North Lake College, Dallas County Community College District.

Images include:

  • Joyce Williams, district director, Workforce Education and Development, Educational Affairs, Dallas County Community College District. center: Motivational speaker during the lunch program: Major General Mary L. Saunders, USAF (Ret.) (right:) Beverly Lyle, Women's Bureau regional administrator in Dallas.
  • Women veterans attending Job Fair.
  • (Left:) Dolores Bischof, Beverly Lyle and Valerie Davis, Women's Bureau staff in Dallas; (Right:) Elizabeth Todd, regional director for Public Affairs in Dallas.
  • Dr. Stephen R. Holt, deputy chief of staff, North Texas Health Care System, US Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • General session of Women Veterans Resource/Job Fair, Dallas.
  • General session of Women Veterans Resource/Job Fair, Dallas.
  • From left to right, the panel of experts addressing issues unique to women veterans are: Tammy Wood, program manager of Health Care for Homeless Veteran Programs, VA Community Liaison, VA North Texas Health Care System; Mary Sweeney, women veteran program manager, VA North Texas Health Care System; Mark Kerssemakers, regional veterans employment representative, Texas Veterans Commission; Armetta Morrison, compliance officer, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs; Marilyn Brandenburg, federal project officer/state liaison for the State of Arkansas, Employment and Training Administration; Keith Ribnick, unemployment insurance program specialist, Employment and Training Administration; Victoria Rae, director for financial aide, North Lake College, Dallas County Community College District.
  • (SECOND PHOTO) From left to right, the panel of experts addressing issues unique to women veterans are: Tammy Wood, program manager of Health Care for Homeless Veteran Programs, VA Community Liaison, VA North Texas Health Care System; Mary Sweeney, women veteran program manager, VA North Texas Health Care System; Mark Kerssemakers, regional veterans employment representative, Texas Veterans Commission; Armetta Morrison, compliance officer, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs; Marilyn Brandenburg, federal project officer/state liaison for the State of Arkansas, Employment and Training Administration; Keith Ribnick, unemployment insurance program specialist, Employment and Training Administration; Victoria Rae, director for financial aide, North Lake College, Dallas County Community College District.