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WH disclosure: Top national security adviser earned millions at Goldman Sachs

WH disclosure: Top national security adviser earned millions at Goldman Sachs
© Greg Nash
President Trump’s new deputy national security adviser, Dina Powell, made $4.15 million last year in her roles at Goldman Sachs, according to an ethics filing released Friday. 
 
The bulk of Powell’s compensation came in a $3 million cash bonus. She was a managing director at the investment bank and led its nonprofit foundation until taking a position in the White House this year. 
 
She reported a minimum net worth of at least $6.1 million, plus $1.97 million in restricted stock units from her Goldman partnership.
 
Last year, Powell served as a trustee of the elite, all-female Nightingale Bamford School in New York City. Powell, was born in Egypt and moved to the U.S. at the age of 4, was also a trustee of the American University in Cairo.
 
She served on advisory boards for the Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Program and the Tory Burch Foundation.