[Congressional Record Volume 140, Number 145 (Friday, October 7, 1994)]
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                          DR. CHRISTINE WARNKE

  Mr. SASSER. Mr. President, it is my pleasure to commend Dr. Christine 
Warnke on her confirmation as a member to the Board of the National 
Institute for Building Sciences. Christine began her career working for 
the then Senate majority leader, Senator Robert Byrd, who imparted to 
her his vast amounts of knowledge about the legislative process, as 
well as his serious commitment to the spirit of community and national 
  Christine is an accomplished professional and prominent community 
leader. As a champion of youth, Christine serves as a member of the 
Board for the National Learning Center and Capital Children's Museum 
here in Washington. She is also the president of the Romanian Children 
Leukemia Aid Foundation. Christine devotes her time and effort on a pro 
bono basis to many organizations, including the International Human 
Rights Law Group. She is currently a governmental affairs advisor with 
the law firm of Hogan & Hartson. Working full time in Washington, Dr. 
Warnke last year earned her doctorate degree from the University of 
  I am confident that Christine will be an invaluable member of the 
National Institute for Building Sciences.