Colombian outpost in New York city
- Elsa M. Chaney
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Elsa M. Chaney is deputy coordinator in the Women in Development Office of the Agency for International Development. She is a cofounder of the Women’s Coalition of Latin Americanists and the author of a forthcoming book on women in Latin American politics. Formerly she taught at Fordham University and worked as a press aide to Senators William Proxmire and Eugene McCarthy.
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