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After nearly 10 years at the NTSB, chairman Deborah Hersman is leaving to take a job as president of The National Safety Council, she announced on Tuesday. "It has been an honor to be associated with a noble mission that has at times inspired and evoked passion and at other times, been in the crosshairs of controversy, as real change doesn't come without a cost," Hersman wrote in a blog post at the NTSB website. Hersman will depart April 25, and vice chairman Christopher Hart will serve as acting chairman.
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