The elder daughter of Sen. Joseph Lieberman, the Democratic candidate for vice president, has been hired by New York City’s schools chief to develop corporate partners for the schools, The New York Times reported Sept. 16.
Rebecca Lieberman, 31, will begin working after Election Day, reporting to Freda Plesser, chief executive at the Board of Education for corporate partnerships.
Lieberman, who will be paid $75,000 a year, was hired by schools Chancellor Harold O. Levy.
Levy, a former corporate lawyer for Citigroup, has said his top priority this year is building partnership between the schools and big corporations.
He wants to put more corporate volunteers in the schools, which he wants to “have places they c an turn to in the business sector as models,” the Times said.
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