Leah D. Daughtry
Leah D. Daughtry
|Alma mater||[Dartmouth College|
|Known for||Democratic National Convention CEO|
Leah D. Daughtry is an American political operative.
Daughtry is the daughter of pastor, Rev. Dr. Herbert Daughtry, of the House of the Lord Church in Brooklyn, New York, and the part-time minister of her own small Pentecostal congregation in Washington, D.C..
She was formerly Acting Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management at the United States Department of Labor. She directs the Democratic Party's Faith in Action initiative to reach out to Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, and Muslim voters. In the 2008 DNC convention, Daughtry as convention CEO, denied non-religious groups participation in the interfaith service.
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- "Democratic National Committee Announces Leah Daughtry as CEO for Denver 2008 Convention". Democratic National Committee. 2007-04-20. Retrieved 2008-07-19.
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