March 21, 2009

At 35, Betsy Miller has already made the quintessential Washington jump between the public and private sectors several times. As chief of staff in the District of Columbia Attorney General's Office, Miller spearheaded legal work for the mayor's 2007 takeover of the public schools. "If a project was important, I gave it to Betsy," wrote former D.C. Attorney General Linda Singer. Prior to that, Miller served on Capitol Hill as a Senate Judiciary Committee staffer and in private practice as a Jones Day associate, handling mediation for falsely accused spy Wen Ho Lee. Now she's at Crowell. What's next? "I have always wanted to work in the White House," Miller said. 

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