Meet Dana Hyde husband, Jonathan Chambers

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Dana Hyde, a renowned aid official with extensive experience in both the Clinton and Obama administrations, has passed away at the age of 55. She also served as a counsel to the 9/11 Commission. Hyde hailed from Cabin John, Maryland, and was widely recognized for her contributions as a part-time consultant at the Aspen Institute, a Washington-based think tank.

 Additionally, she co-chaired the Aspen Partnership for an Inclusive Economy and was an alumna of the University of California.

During her tenure under Clinton, Hyde was appointed as a special assistant in the White House, and under Obama, she served as the CEO of the Millennium Challenge Corporation. Her husband’s identity has not been disclosed, but she will reportedly be buried in Israel.

Who is Dana Hyde’s husband?

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Dana Hyde was married to Jonathan Chambers, a highly accomplished Beltway lawyer. Chambers is currently employed by Conexon, a Kansas City-based company that owned the plane on which the family was flying when Hyde passed away due to jet turbulence. He has an impressive academic background, having earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Yale University in 1982, a Master of Arts from Colombia University in 1987, and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University Law Center in 1996.

Chambers has made a name for himself as a respected legal professional in Washington D.C. and beyond. His expertise lies in regulatory law and policy, and he has served in various capacities over the years, including as a lawyer for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and as a partner at a private law firm. Despite the tragedy of his wife’s passing, Chambers continues to dedicate himself to his work and his family.


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