Adventist is Record Keeper for 2007 State of the Union Address

By: George Johnson, NAD Associate Communication Direct
Date: 01/23/07
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Christina Anderson Smith (Oakwood College alumnus) of Upper
Marlboro, Maryland, will make historytonight for being the first
African American woman to take the officialrecord for the State
of the Union Address given by President George W. Bush.

For the past six years Smith has served as an Official Court
Reporter for the United States House of Representatives taking
theofficial record for hearings and floor proceedings on Capitol Hill.

Her duties include verbatim reporting and transcription of
congressionalproceedings, meetings, hearings and caucuses.
Smith is an alumnus of Oakwood College (Class of 1982) and a
member of the Emmanuel Brinklow Church in Brinklow, Maryland.

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