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MAXINE CHAMPION NAMED NESTLE USA VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE AFFAIRS

 MAXINE CHAMPION NAMED NESTLE USA VICE PRESIDENT, CORPORATE AFFAIRS
 LOS ANGELES, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Maxine C. Champion has been named vice president, corporate affairs, for Nestle USA overseeing state and federal regulations, regulatory and community affairs, foundation administration and managing the Washington D.C. Corporate Affairs Office, according to Cam Starrett, executive vice president.
 "As we rapidly expand our presence in governmental affairs, we believe Maxine's background in the corporate world as well as various key positions in federal government will provide the required experience and leadership," said Timm Crull, Nestle USA chairman and chief executive officer.
 "It is becoming increasingly apparent that regulatory bodies, including Congress, the executive branch of government, state legislators and consumer groups are becoming more active," he continued. "We must have a strong organization to be sure they understand our company, our goals and our objectives."
 Prior to Nestle USA, Champion joined LTV Corp. in 1988 as vice president-government relations in Washington D.C. She served as a corporate officer and was responsible for LTV's state and federal relations, managed the company's Washington D.C. Government Relations Office as well as the LTV Political Action Committees.
 From 1984 to 1988, she was tax counsel for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means advising the chairman and committee on tax policy and helped draft the historic Tax Reform Act of 1986. She was also responsible for researching and analyzing materials for committee hearings and drafting legislative reports.
 As a trial attorney in the tax division of the U.S. Department of Justice from 1978 to 1984, Champion handled civil tax refund litigation in U.S. Claims Court, and District, State and Bankruptcy Courts.
 She served as the attorney-advisor to Chief Judge Howard A. Dawson Jr., of the United States Tax Court in Washington D.C. from 1976 to 1978. From 1973 to 1978 she was a development specialist with the Internal Revenue Service.
 From 1967 to 1973 she served in various positions including public information and fine arts officer for the University of Wisconsin.
 Champion received her juris doctor from American University in Washington D.C., a bachelor of arts degree from Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pa., with a post graduate fellowship in international law, tax and trade with the European Economic Community.
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