CHERYL MILLS, Deputy White House Counsel, will join OXYGEN MEDIA, Geraldine Laybourne's media company founded to provide content for women, as senior vice president of corporate policy and public programming. In her new post, Cheryl Mills will address women's access to and participation in civic, political and public policy issues that affect their lives. She will oversee Oxygen's philanthropic activities, its grass roots initiatives and will work with Sarah Bartlett, Oxygen's Editor-in-Chief, to develop its legal and political programming. Mills joins Oxygen from the White House where she currently serves as Deputy White House Counsel. Her defense of President Clinton during the impeachment proceedings brought Mills to national prominence. One of the longest serving members of the Administration, Mills joined the President's legal team following the 1992 election. In 1997, she was promoted to Deputy Counsel to the President. Prior to joining the Clinton Administration, Mills was an associate at Hogan & Hartson, a Washington D.C. law firm.