Marina von Neumann Whitman became the first female member of the Council of Economic Advisers or CEA in March 1972. Whitman’s
areas of responsibility on the CEA included: analyses on international economic development and policy; price and wage developments;
food prices; Economic Stabilization Program; human resources program; industry studies, including agriculture and transportation;
environmental programs; international trade, and issues related to regulated industries. She also served as an active member
of the Committee of Eight (8) and the Committee of Twenty (20). The Committee of Eight was a working group made up of representatives
from the Cost of Living Council (CLC) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
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