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Pioneer Profiles: George W. Bush's $100,000 Club
Name: Martha Chayet
Occupation: Executive, Oxbridge Group
Industry: Miscellaneous Business
Home: Manchester, Massachusetts


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Chayet is an executive head hunter for the banking industry. She helped then-Gov. 
William Weld (a Pioneer) host the annual meeting of the National Governors’ Association in Boston in ‘94. Her husband, Neil L. Chayet, founded the lobby firm Chayet Communications, which represents the medical industry. He also broadcasts a legal news and call-in show.

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