Cheryl Campbell
English actress
Cheryl Campbell
Cheryl Campbell is an English actor of stage, film and television.
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How Does Healthcare.gov Really Work [Infographic] [Screenshots]
Huffington Post - over 3 years
After spending some time trying to shop for insurance for my parents, and facing the same issues everyone has been having, I decided to put on my developer hat and try to figure out how this web application works. Using my browser's developer tools (I use Safari and Chrome) I was able to identify some of the various technical components of the application, and created the info graphic below. I also listened to the entire YouTube video and reviewed the documentation published on the U.S. House, Committee on Energy and Commerce. PPACA Implementation Failures: Didn't Know or Didn't Disclose?, Hearing, which aired on Thursday, October 24, 2013 - 9:00am. According to the testimony from 4 of the main contractors associated with the Healthcare.gov project, specifically CGI Federal and QSSI/Optum, the "Federally Facilitated Marketplace" or FFM is a complex web application which serves as the face of the Obama Administration's highly touted Affordable Care Act. From my review of the FF ...
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CGI Group expected to rebound after Obamacare web failure
Financial Post - over 3 years
CGI Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer Michael Roach told investors at a conference two weeks before the debut of the Obamacare website that the contract marked the start of a “long-term relationship” and a “significant growth opportunity.” Instead, Canada’s biggest technology company is now a visible face for software snags on the U.S. government site for the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. That’s made CGI known in the U.S. for the wrong reasons, prompting a five- day stock slide and threatening to dent its reputation. “CGI is the scapegoat,” money manager Brandon Snow of CI Investments Inc.’s Cambridge Advisors unit said in a telephone interview. Cambridge oversees about C$9 billion ($8.64 billion) in assets in Toronto and owns shares of Montreal-based CGI. Related CGI Group hit with downgrades, but not because of Obamacare website Canadian tech firm CGI at centre of U.S. Obamacare glitch The Obamacare software breakdowns are a setback for CGI, which h ...
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Obamacare Will Meet Key Deadline Despite Website Woes: Official
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Health-insurance shoppers will be able to use HealthCare.gov, the balky federal portal for Obamacare coverage, in time to have insurance by the beginning of 2014, a federal official and the project's lead contractor said Thursday. Though the amount of time it will take to fix HealthCare.gov is still a mystery, this is the first time the Obama administration has at least committed to a time frame for improving the website's performance. Chronic technical problems have hampered insurance enrollment via the website since its launch on Oct. 1, leading to concerns that people could be without coverage next year as a result. But Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services spokeswoman Julie Bataille said ongoing improvements to the system will ensure access by the Dec. 15 deadline for benefits that begin Jan. 1 and throughout the six-month enrollment period that ends on March 31. "We are confident that consumers will be able to apply and enroll, certainly by Dec. 15, for that first covera ...
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Canadian contractor CGI tells U.S. lawmakers Washington to blame for Obamacare website fiasco
Financial Post - over 3 years
The U.S. government did final tests of the Obamacare website just days before it went public, while similar projects are tested for months, the main contractors told a House panel investigating flaws that hobbled the debut. Units of CGI Group Inc. and UnitedHealth Group Inc., which designed healthcare.gov, said a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services was responsible for the end-to-end testing that they said should have been done months earlier. “It would have been better to have more time,” Cheryl Campbell, a senior vice president at CGI Federal Inc., the site designer, told the House Energy and Commerce Committee. She declined to say when the site would be free of impediments, and said it would be ready to meet all deadlines in the health law. The website failures since Oct. 1 are making it difficult for people to enroll, marring the debut and giving critics ammunition to undercut the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The flaws may discourage ...
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Canadian tech firm CGI at centre of U.S. Obamacare glitch
Financial Post - over 3 years
A Canadian information technology giant is under fire for its role in a glitch-riddled website that is the centrepiece of U.S. President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform policy — an online portal which experts say will require as much as double its original budget to fix. The health insurance exchange at healthcare.gov, for which a subsidiary of Montreal-based CGI Group Inc. was contracted to help build and provide information technology and technical support, has been plagued with delays since it launched on Oct. 1. In its first few days after startup, of the millions of Americans who rushed to sign on under the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, only a trickle successfully got through — in the “single digits”, as one insurance official told the Washington Post. Technology experts have criticized the rollout, design and even the basic programming of the portal, called the Federally-Facilitated Marketplace, and pointed to the rush to introduce it by the Oct. 1 deadl ...
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Cheryl Campbell to speak at Cy-Fair Express Network meeting Feb. 28
Houston Chronicle - about 4 years
Cheryl Campbell will speak at the Cy-Fair Express Network monthly meeting Thursday, Feb. 28.
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Steel Magnolias (review)
The Bucks Herald - over 4 years
STEEL Magnolias is one of those wonderful ensemble pieces that have found a place in modern theatres thanks, in no small part, to the success of Calendar Girls. Suddenly producers have woken up to the fact that actresses of “a certain age” are worthy of stage time and investment. This one, stolen from the screen, that is running at Milton Keynes Theatre this week, is a cracker with a cast of six who are hugely entertaining for all sorts of reasons. It’s like Loose Women Does Louisiana. Denise Welch takes Dolly Parton’s screen role as hairdresser come agony aunt Truvy and, in one scene, pays homage to her mentor by giving her own dècolletage its own starring role. When she bent over I thought the men in the front row would need hosing down. Cheryl Campbell lets her hair down and outrageously scene steals as the eccentric sour-faced Ouiser (Shirley MacLaine in the movie). Her rasping, squawking voice and performance is so over-the-top that even the cast have trouble keeping a straight ...
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'Stars and Strikes' in Cumming to Host Community Family Fun Day on Saturday ... - dBusinessNews Atlanta (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Companies interested in sponsoring a vendor booth at the celebration for brand exposure should contact Cheryl Campbell at cheryl@starsandstrikes.com. With four locations across metro-Atlanta, Stars and Strikes Family Entertainment Centers offer
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VFW and Auxiliaries to Host Catfish Fundraiser 8/19 - Brownwood News (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
“They have been there for us this year and we would like to help with some of the expenses they have incurred,” stated Cheryl Campbell of the Ladies Auxiliary. “Help us to support this worthy cause.” Advance orders can be made by calling 325-646-8113
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'Changing the world, one dress at a time' - Casper Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Photo by Mary Billiter Photo by Mary Billiter John Crawford and Cheryl Campbell showcase an outfit available at Saks Thrift Avenue. A floor-length BCBG halter
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Campbell-Whetstine - Shelby Star
Google News - over 5 years
The bridegroom is the son of Richard and Cheryl Campbell of Shelby. He is the grandson of Jewel Peppers of Shelby and Gerald Peppers of Shelby, Cohen Campbell of Florida and the late Sandy and Parks Wallace of Shelby. He is a graduate of Crest High
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Local players help Ontario team capture national bowling title - Brantford Expositor
Google News - over 5 years
The Ontario mixed team included Shasta Smith, Megan Flannigan and Cheryl Campbell of Brantford along with Brian Pye of Ingersoll and Sean Westhaver and Will Daniel of Cambridge. Smith and Westhaver each averaged 253. Pye had a 243 average,
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Cheers and jeers: June 11, 2011 - Houma Courier
Google News - over 5 years
Cheryl Campbell has attacked the items on her to-do list with a vigor. While visiting India years ago with her husband, Campbell said, she gained an appreciation for batik, a cloth-dyeing technique. Recently, she saw an advertisement saying the
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'Stars and Strikes' in Cumming to Host Family Fun Day on Saturday, June 18 - NorthFulton.com
Google News - over 5 years
Companies interested in sponsoring a vendor booth at the celebration for brand exposure should contact Cheryl Campbell at cheryl@starsandstrikes.com. 1813: David D. Porter, Union admiral during the American Civil War
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Cheryl Campbell
    FORTIES
  • 1992
    Age 42
    She returned to the RSC in the 1992–94 season, playing Lady Macbeth to Sir Derek Jacobi's lead in Noble's controversial production of Macbeth; Beatrice-Joanna in The Changeling; Mistress Ford in The Merry Wives of Windsor and Natasha in Misha's Party.
    More Details Hide Details She worked at the Royal National Theatre: playing as a junior member of the company in 1975, as Freda in Sir Peter Hall's Old Vic production of John Gabriel Borkman (starring Sir Ralph Richardson, Dame Peggy Ashcroft and Dame Wendy Hiller) and as Maggie in W. S. Gilbert's Engaged; in 1995, as Lady Politic Would-Be in Matthew Warchus's Volpone; and in 2003 as Dotty Otley in the NT's touring (and London) revival of Noises Off. Campbell's other stage performances in London have encompassed the classics as well as new plays; they include You Never Can Tell (Lyric, 1979); Miss Julie (1983) in the title role; Little Eyolf (1985) as Asta; The Daughter-in-Law (1985) as Minnie; The Sneeze (a Chekhov selection) (1988) in various roles; Betrayal (1991) as Emma; The Strip (1995) as Loretta; Some Sunny Day (1996) as Emily; The Seagull (1997) as Arkadina; Passion (2000) as Nell; and Life After George (2002) as Beatrix.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1982
    Age 32
    Campbell is stage performer of considerable note and great range. She has been twice a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. At the RSC in 1982, she played Nora Helmer in Adrian Noble's memorable production of Ibsen's A Doll's House (for which she was awarded the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Revival).
    More Details Hide Details In that same season, she also appeared as Diana in All's Well That Ends Well.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1978
    Age 28
    She starred opposite Bob Hoskins in the 1978 BBC drama Pennies From Heaven, before going on to win the 1980 BAFTA TV Award for Best Actress for Testament of Youth and Malice Aforethought, and the 1982 Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Revival for A Doll's House.
    More Details Hide Details Her film appearances include Chariots of Fire (1981), Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (1984) and The Shooting Party (1985). Born in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, Campbell is the daughter of an airline pilot. She was educated at Francis Bacon Grammar School, St Albans, and at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Her repertory theatre experience includes the Palace Theatre, Watford, Birmingham Rep and the Citizens' Theatre, Glasgow. Campbell is known for her starring role as Vera Brittain in the BBC's television dramatisation of Testament of Youth (1979), for which she received Best Actress awards from the British Academy Television Award (BAFTA) and the Broadcasting Press Guild Award. Her first BAFTA nomination, Campbell earned the previous year for Eileen Everson, a very different character, opposite Bob Hoskins in Dennis Potter's television serial Pennies from Heaven (1978). Campbell's one other role in a work by Potter is as Janet in Rain on the Roof (1980).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1949
    Born
    Born on May 22, 1949.
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