Marti Dinerstein

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Marti Dinerstein "is Chairman of the NumbersUSA Compensation Committee and President of Immigration Matters. She has been a pioneer for women in leadership positions for more than three decades. She started her career in the public sector and was named acting director of the New York State Consumer Protection Board before she was thirty. Armed with an MBA when few women had them, she climbed the ladder at several prestigious financial institutions, including The Bank of New York, where she was named the first woman senior vice president in its 200-year history. She left her position as chief marketing officer at U.S. Trust in 2000 to forge a new career in public policy. Mrs. Dinerstein is a widely quoted immigration expert in national publications and broadcasts and author of several immigration studies. Topics on which she writes, speaks and testifies before Congress include the intersection of secure identity documents to homeland security, document fraud by foreign nationals unlawfully present in the U.S. and non-enforcement of U.S. immigration and labor laws." [1]


She is married to Robert C. Dinerstein.

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  1. Board, NumbersUSA, accessed September 13, 2010.