Secretary Mel Martinez Photos

January 24, 2001 - December 12, 2003

[Photo of Secretary Martinez speaking to reporters at FTC headquaters]

Speaking to reporters during a news conference at FTC headquarters, Secretary Martinez details $40 million settlement against Fairbanks Capital Corporation.

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[Photo of Secretary Martinez and FTC Chairman Timothy Muris]

Secretary Martinez and FTC Chairman Timothy Muris announce record $40 million settlement against Fairbanks Capital Corporation.

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[Photo of Dennis Hastert speaking from the podium surrounded by dignitaries]

U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez with( L-R ) Susan Dixon and her family, Chairman Bob Ney, Speaker Dennis Hastert, Representative Katherine Harris, Chairman Michael Oxley and Sec Martinez celebrate the House passage of the American Dream Downpayment Initiative legislation (H.R. 1276). The Bush Administration is committed to creating 5.5 million new homeowners by the end of the decade and the passage of the American Dream Downpayment Initiative will help to make homownership a reality for more low-income and minority families across the country.

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[Photo of Secretary Martinez with his Russian counterpart, Nicolay Koshman]

HUD Secretary Mel Martinez today signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with his Russian counterpart, Nicolay Koshman, the Chairman of the State Committee on Construction (Gosstroy)

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[Photo of Secretary Martinez with Elaine Chao and Jim Towey ]

Joining HUD Secretary Mel Martinez at the White House for the announcement of regulations governing federal support to faith-based organizations were Labor Secretary Elaine Chao and Jim Towey, director, White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives.

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[Photo of Secretary Martinez at the podium]

HUD Secretary Mel Martinez addresses the White House Faith Based and Communities Initiatives Confernce in Portland Oregon.

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[Photo of Secretary Martinez and LULAC officials in Orlando]

Secretary Martinez is shown at the opening of the espanol.hud.gov web site at the LULAC convention in Orlando. LULAC officials are in the background.

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[Photo of Secretary Martinez at the podium]

Secretary Martinez addressing the LULAC convention in Orlando.

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[Photo:  Secretary Martinez and students during the question-and-answer session]

Secretary Martinez visits with students at Wakefield High School in Arlington, Virginia to encourage them to be leaders in their communities and make a commitment to public service. The Secretary�s talk, and the question-and-answer session that followed, was recorded and broadcast by C-SPAN as part of its Students and Leaders Project.

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[Photo:  Secretary Martinez receiving the "WOW Award" at the National Press Club]

During the Women and Diversity WOW! Facts 2003 launch event at the National Press Club on May 1st, 2003, Secretary Martinez received the "WOW Award" for awarding 44% of its contract dollars to women-owned businesses in the current fiscal year. The Secretary is accompanied by (from the left) Steve Miller, former CEO of Shell Oil and Chair of the Diversity Best Practices CEO Initiative; Rosalyn Taylor O'Neale, Executive Vice President of Diversity, MTV Networks; Jo Baylor, Director of HUD's Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization; Secretary Martinez; and Edie Fraser, President and CEO of the Business Women's Network and Diversity Best Practices.

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[Photo: President Bush signing the proclamation commemorating the 35th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act.]

President Bush signs a proclamation commemorating the 35th Anniversary of the Fair Housing Act in the Oval Office of the White House Tuesday, April 15. Also participating were Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Ralph Boyd, Attorney General John Ashcroft, Secretary of Housing & Urban Development Mel Martinez, and HUD Assistant Secretary for Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Carolyn Peoples.

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[Photo: Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez with Rep. Katherine Harris.]
Before testifying, the Secretary and Rep. Katherine Harris from Florida, co-sponsor of the legislation along with 35 other House members, held a press conference to explain the details of the proposed legislation.
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[Photo: Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez joined Congressman Mike Pence.]
"1 of 2"

Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez joined Congressman Mike Pence for a groundbreaking and ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Millennium Place mixed-income community in Muncie, Ind.

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[Photo: Housing and Urban Development Secretary Mel Martinez joined Congressman Mike Pence.]
"2 of 2"
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[Photo: Magic Johnson with a kid in the Hewlett Packard Inventor Center.]
"1 of 3"

HUD's Neighborhood Networks Initiative is working "magic" across the nation, and last week, working in partnership with Magic Johnson's Foundation, Hewlett Packard, Corel, Bank One, DHL and Microsoft, dedicated the Magic Johnson Hewlett Packard Inventor Center at the HUD -sponsored Neighborhood Networks center in the Houston, Texas Cleme Manor Apartments. Neighborhood Networks is a community based initiative created by HUD that forms public/private partnerships to establish multiservice community centers that bring computer access and lifelong learning to low and moderate income residents living in HUD assisted housing.

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[Photo: Kids in the Magic Johnson Hewlett Packard Inventor Center.]
"2 of 3"
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[Photo: Magic Johnson Hewlett Packard Inventor Center Banner.]
"3 of 3"
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[Photo: President Bush and Secretary Marinez at the White House Conference on Minority Homeownership.]

On October 15, 2002, President Bush hosted a White House Conference on Minority Homeownership with the goal of helping more families live the American Dream.

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[Photo: Secretary Marinez at the White House Conference on Minority Homeownership.]

Secretary Martinez discusses HUD's role in the 'Blueprint for the American Dream' public/private partnership that will help 5.5 million minority families become homeowners before the end of the decade.

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[Photo: HUD Secretary Martinez, DOE Assistant Secretary David Garman, and EPA Administrator Christie Whitman create an ENERGY STAR partnership]

HUD Secretary Martinez, DOE Assistant Secretary David Garman, and EPA Administrator Christie Whitman create an ENERGY STAR partnership.

[Photo: Secretary Martinez and Cristina, Univision TV Host] Secretary Martinez and Cristina, the renowned Univision TV Host, in Miami FL 7-23-02.
[Photo: Secretary Martinez chairs first meeting of interagency council in six years.] Secretary Martinez, Chairman of the Interagency Council on Homelessness, held the first meeting of the reactivated Council in July, 2002, at the White House.
[Photo:  Secretary Martinez introduces President George W. Bush to the Department of Housing and Urban Development] Secretary Martinez introduces President George W. Bush to the Department of Housing and Urban Development on June 18, 2002, as part of his proclamation of June as National Homeownership Month.
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[Photo: President Bush thanks HUD Employees Across America] President Bush acknowledges HUD employee applause as he thanks HUD Employees Across America "...for your service to the greatest nation on the face of the Earth."
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[Photo:  President Bush explains his new housing initiatives to employees in HUD Headquarters] President Bush explains his new housing initiatives to employees in HUD Headquarters, and by webcast and the HUD TV channel, to HUD staff across the nation.
[Photo: Secretary Martinez and Vernetta Young] Secretary Martinez and new homeowner Vernetta Young at the House the HUD Secretary Built
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[Photo: Secretary Martinez] Secretary Martinez working on a Habitat Home in Washington, DC
[Photo:  President Bush, Secretary Martinez, and two Habitat for Humanity participants] President Bush and Secretary Martinez chat with Habitat for Humanity participants.
[Photo: Secretary Martinez and Secretary Rumsfeld] Secretary Martinez and Defense Secretary Rumsfeld at a Pentagon News Conference.
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[Photo: President Bush and Secretary Martinez] President Bush and Secretary Martinez announce homeless grants
[Photo: President Bush and Secretary Martinez] President Bush and Secretary Martinez announce homeless grants
[Photo: Secretary Martinez is sworn in by President Bush] Secretary Martinez is joined by his family as he is sworn in as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development by President George W. Bush
[Photo: Biography photograph of Secretary Mel Martinez]
Mel Martinez is the nation's 12th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. He was unanimously confirmed by the United States Senate and took his oath of office on January 24, 2001.

 

 
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