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Karen Nussbaum (born April 25, 1950) is an American labor leader and founding director of Working America. Nussbaum was born in Chicago where her mother, Annette Brenner Nussbaum, was a publicist, and her father, Myron "Mike" Nussbaum, was an exterminator, actor, and director. Her parents were active in the anti-Vietnam movement and worked to bring speakers to their community of Highland Park in Chicago including Staughton Lynd. During this time, the family was also receiving hate mail from the local John Birch Society. She enrolled in the University of Chicago in 1968 but dropped out to move to Boston and work in the anti-Vietnam movement. In 1975, she earned a B.A. from Goddard College. While in Boston, she began working as a clerical worker at Harvard where she was exposed to inequalities in the workplace for female office workers.
|13th Director of the United States Women's Bureau|
|Preceded by||Elsie Vartanian|
|Succeeded by||Irasema Garza|
|Born|| (1950-05-25) May 25, 1950 (age 73)|
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Gene NussbaumEleanor Nussbaum
|Relatives||Mike Nussbaum (father); Susan Nussbaum (sister) Annette Brenner Nussbaum (mother)|
|Education||Goddard College (BA)|