Thoughts on happiness by Aileen Doherty . My thesis in progress. The Social Contract between the American People and its government sets forth a long understood and fundamental right to pursue a life …
Attorney, Chief Compliance Officer
Adjunct Economics Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Aileen Doherty has over 20 years of experience supporting not for profit organizations, as a volunteer and board member inclusive of 100 Women in Finance (volunteer), Dance New Amsterdam and American Friends of James Joyce (Board Member). She is currently the co-president of her class, having previously served as Secretary (Trinity College – Connecticut). She received a JD from New York Law School (evening division), was a Coro Leadership New York Fellow and is currently enrolled in a Masters of Economics program at CUNY – John Jay College.
About Aileen Doherty
Ms. Doherty’s training has been centered around lawful design and operational improvement of new freedoms from idea to execution. She has additionally given emergency the executives initiative to organizations in danger. Ms. Doherty has once in the past functioned as lawful guidance and consistence official for worldwide organizations like Alliance Capital Management, Citicorp Investment Services and Fiduciary Trust and has counseled for enormous to medium size financial backers, and monetary assistance firms. Ms. Doherty began her lawful vocation as a secretary and para-legitimate at Equitable Capital Management, working all day while going to graduate school. Impartial Capital converged with Alliance during this time and Ms. Doherty was elevated to Counsel working with the new institutional business line after passing the New York Bar.
In the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson wrote of three un-alienable rights – Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. The meanings of Life and Liberty has been long documented, argued, …