A full accounting of her experience can be found here, including her obviously inflated resume. Missing is her law degree from Pat Robertson's Conservative mill, Regent University.
What is insane is that the obvious technique employed by the Bush Administration isn't merely an issue of politicos being placed or 'hired' for positions despite their lack of qualifications (or qualifications that would eliminiate them from consideration, such as defenders of Big Oil in charge of the EPA, for example), it is that they seem to be using every aspect of the administration to build experience for those that cannot earn it. Putting weaker candidates in place doesn't just serve the current administration in compliance, but serves the Republican Party by inflating the number of "experts" that have their ideology.
This concept is dangerous and will have long-term consequences. Look at the example of those political operatives that were deemed failures from the 1970s and weren't involved until their careers were resurrected by Bush I (Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and Paul Wolfowitz). Or look at those that were discredited and/or sent to jail after Nixon's administration and the renaissance they are experiencing. At least these people "earned" their positions (AND happened to be crooked). President Bush, on the other hand, gives promotions to loyal followers regardless of credentials, giving his personal lawyer (Alberto Gonzales) the job of Attorney General and initially nominating another of his lawyers (Harriet Miers) to the Supreme Court. Giving his cronies jobs is bad enough, but he is now giving them experience that they can use after he is out of office. The Bush Administration is inflating the statistics to their long-term advantage.
The media already gives liberals and moderates a ridiculous burden of proof unreflective of reality--now put more 'former White House officials' on the street to spread lies and misinformation for the next generation. Chalk it up as yet another poisonous byproduct of Bush's corrupt legacy.