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BPCA CEO Gayle Horwitz
Update September 14, 2012
The following day after our report, the BPCA issued a statement acknowledging the accuracy of our reporting. President/CEO Gayle Horwitz then announced her resignation.
September 12, 2012 2:45 PM By Steven E. Greer, MD
Sources tell us that the controversial CEO of the BPCA, Gayle Horwitz, who was hired by the former BPCA Chairman Bill Thompson, has “resigned”. This comes in the wake of the Asphalt Green scandal and the appointment of the new Chairman, Dennis Mehiel.
Ironically, or perhaps not, Ms. Horwitz is taking a position at Nardello & Co, which specializes in uncovering information related to bribery and corruption investigations. Nardello is not a law firm, but provides support to law firms, corporate compliance departments, etc.
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