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CJDT Appoints Cheryl Bozarth as Its New Executive Director

July 24, 2023

The D.C. Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure (CJDT) has announced the appointment of Cheryl Bozarth as its new executive director, effective July 17. As a seasoned executive with more than 24 years of experience in government service, policy development and implementation, community engagement, and professional counseling, Bozarth brings a wealth of experience to the role of advising the CJDT on operational matters, project management, budget management, and strategic planning. She will also work closely with the commission’s special counsel on legal and investigative matters and brief the organization on federal and state judicial trends and developments.

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