Subject: Carly Fiorino
This might take a while to digest, but shows some interesting things about who and what Ms. Firorino may be involved with
(ed. note: "I," "we" and "our" refer to the iCaucus research team)
August 8, 2010 editor’s note: The only thing worse than Fiorina winning might be "Babs ‘call me Senator’ Boxer"
The I-Caucus Opposition Research team has discovered that Carly Fiorina has connections to several people in the Progressive Movement. Our team is small and not equipped yet to go very far with this information and we were hoping that you might be interested in this. Carly was on the board of Revolution Health Group with Franklin Raines, Ronald Klain, Jefferey Zients and several others. This info can be found at http://www.muckety.com/
Jeffry Zients – Obama appointee linked through Revolution Health Group
Frank Raines – former head of Fannie Mae linked through
Revolution Health Group
Ronald Klain – chief of staff for Biden, former chief of staff for Gore linked through Revolution LLC, subsidiary of Revolution Health Group
John K. Delaney – fundraiser for the 2008 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, linked through Revolution Health Group
She is also linked with the World Economic Forum www.weforum.org, along with George Soros, Al Gore, BIll & Hillary Clinton, Maurice Strong, Franklin Raines, John Holdren, John Kerry and many more. This group appears to be all about global everything: government, healthcare, financial, technology, you name it.
I am attaching some of the notes with links that we have put together in hopes that you or someone you know will be able to use it more effectively than we can at this point in time and with the primary being only three weeks away. We feel that this is information that voters should be aware of, especially as she is billing herself as being just as conservative as Chuck DeVore.
Carleton (Carly) S. Fiorina served as Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard Co. from July 1999 to February 8, 2005. Ms. Fiorina served as President of Hewlett Packard Co. from July 1999 to May 2002. Prior to joining HP, Ms. Fiorina spent nearly 20 years at AT&T and Lucent Technologies Inc. where she served as Executive Vice President, Computer Operations for Lucent and oversaw the formation and spin-off of Lucent from AT&T. From January 1996 to July 1999, she served ... as Lucent's President, Global Service Provider Business and President, Consumer Products. Ms. Fiorina served as Chairman of Hewlett-Packard Co. from September 2000 to February 8, 2005. Ms. Fiorina serves as a Director of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She served as an Independent Director of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd. until December 2009. She served as a Director of NYSE Euronext, Inc. (New York Stock Exchange, Inc.). She served as a Director of Cisco Systems Inc., since January 2001. Ms. Fiorina served as a Director of Cybertrust since October 27, 2005. Ms. Fiorina served as a Director of Hewlett-Packard Co. from July 1999 to February 8, 2005. Ms. Fiorina served as a Director of Revolution Health Group. Ms. Fiorina was named an honorary fellow of the London Business School in July 2001. In 2002, she was honored with the Appeal of Conscience Award, and in 2003 she received the Concern Worldwide "Seeds of Hope" Award in recognition of her worldwide efforts to make global citizenship a priority for business. The Private Sector Council honored Fiorina with its 2004 Leadership Award for her contributions to improving the business of government. Also in 2004, the White House appointed her to the U.S. Space Commission. Ms. Fiorina receives a bachelor's degree in medieval history and philosophy from Stanford University. She holds a master's degree in business administration from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland at College Park, Md., and a master of science degree from MIT's Sloan School.
Member of Foundation Board
Former Independent Director, Member of Compensation Committee and Member of Audit Committee
ITU Telecom World 2003
October 12, 2003
In her keynote speech at ITU Telecom World 2003, HP Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina discussed the importance of ensuring each nation that participates in the global economy is doing what is necessary to be competitive. She also discussed how mobility and innovation — when combined with other competitive assets such as education, R&D and technology — have the potential to fuel growth, create jobs and provide access to new markets, while driving social and economic progress that extends beyond hype and into positive, tangible results.
Schulich School of Business
October 28, 2003
Before an audience of 1200 attending the 2003 James Gillies Alumni Lecture at the Schulich School of Business in Toronto, HP Chairman and CEO Carly Fiorina discussed the importance of corporate social responsibility, and the reality that contributions to community and global citizenry are not separate from business objectives, but fundamental to business objectives. Her speech also coincided with the announcement of an endowment of the Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility at Schulich, in collaboration with the university.
International Institute of Education
San Francisco, California
November 1, 2000
Just as technology is reshaping business and government, it has the power to transform education and bring the people of the world closer together. Supplying a roadmap for this transformation, Carly Fiorina outlines how technology can help us tap and connect to minds around the world ultimately to solve humanity's largest problems. Through inventions and programs like HP's World e-Inclusion initiative, we can bring the tools of the Internet revolution into the service of global understanding and positive global change.
The World Economic Forum is the foremost global community of business, political, intellectual and other leaders of society committed to improving the state of the world.
Incorporated as a foundation, and based in Geneva, Switzerland, the World Economic Forum is impartial and not-for-profit; it is tied to no political, partisan or national interests. The Forum has NGO consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. ( http://www.weforum.org )
Fiorina currently holds board of trustee positions at the World Economic Forum, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company and MIT. She also is director at Revolution Health Group and part of the board for Cybertrust.
=====è Check out this website http://www.weforum.org/en/index.htm Carly is involved with them and I think it may be our best evidence that she is not who she says she is.
Carly Fiorina Counter- Attack
Carly claims she’s the only conservative candidate who can defeat Barbara Boxer.
Is she a conservative? Or a Progressive- RHINO? A Conservative she isn’t !!
As a member of the World Economic Forum. http://www.weforum.org/en/index.htm
Carly surrounds herself with these true conservatives that believe in fiscal responsibility and freedom.
Science Czar - John Holdren http://www.weforum.org/en/knowledge/Contributors/index.htm?personid=29728
Afghanistan Czar - Richard Holbrooke
NOTE: on July 13, 2009, Bloom took over as head of the Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry, replacing Steven Rattner
Mideast Peace Czar - George Mitchell
TARP Czar - Herb Allison (he was on McCain’s campaign team!)
Weapons Czar - Ashton Carter (Goldman Sachs connection)
Energy - Steven Chu
Treasury - Timothy Geithner
Richard Sandor, chariman & CEO of Chicago Climate Exchange
Maurice Strong – Chicago Climate Exchange
Bill & Hillary Clinton
All contributors to the World Economic Forum !!!
She is also one of the Directors of Revolution Health Group
Washington, D.C., January 22, 2007 / PRNewswire / — Steve Case's Revolution Health Group today unveiled "preview" editions of its first two new products: RevolutionHealth.com™, a free online service which will help families take action to manage their health care and achieve their healthy living goals; and Revolution Health™ membership, which gives members access to premium health services now only enjoyed by a few.
Case founded Revolution Health Group just over a year ago, in partnership with Colin Powell, Jim Barksdale, Carly Fiorina, Frank Raines, Miles Gilburne, Steve Wiggins and other co-investors. The company seeks to achieve a revolution in health care by empowering people to have more control and more choices in their health care lives.
Ronald A. Klain
Incorporating the results of the 2006 election cycle, Ronald Klain argues that Progressives cannot afford to put election reform on the backburner. Rather, Klain suggests that, unless reforms are aggressively pursued, partisan gerrymandering will continue to weaken voter choice and participatory democracy in ways that ultimately hurt progressives in the long run.
Ron Klain, Chief of Staff to the Vice President
Ronald A. Klain has served in all three branches of the federal government. Mr. Klain previously worked for Senator Biden as Chief Counsel of the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee; during his tenure, the Committe acted on significant anti-crime legislation and two Supreme Court nominations. Mr. Klain later served as Staff Director for the Senate Democratic Leadership Committees under Democratic Leader Tom Daschle (D-SD). In the executive branch, Mr. Klain served as Chief of Staff to Vice President Al Gore for four years; he also served as Chief of Staff to Attorney General Janet Reno, and Associate Counsel to President Clinton in charge of judicial selection. Mr. Klain began his legal career as a law clerk for Supreme Court Justice Byron White, after graduating from the Harvard Law School magna cum laude.
Ron Klain has played a role on the debate preparation teams of every Democratic Presidential nominee since Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign. In 2008, he took an unpaid leave of absence from his post as Executive Vice President and General Counsel of Revolution LLC, to serve on the debate preparation teams for both Senators Obama and Biden.
2000 Al Gore presidential campaign - counsel in recount effort
2004 John F. Kerry presidential campaign - debate preparer
2004 Wesley Clark presidential campaign - adviser
Exclusive Resorts - director
Albert A. Gore Jr. - chief of staff
Harvard Law Review - editor
Edward J. Markey - legislative director
O'Melveny & Myers LLP - partner
Janet Reno - chief of staff
Revolution Health Group - director
Revolution LLC - EVP & general counsel
Senate Judiciary Committee - chief counsel
Byron R. White (deceased) - clerk, clerk
White House state dinner (11/24/2009) - invited guest
· info from http://www.muckety.com/
Revolution LLC is a principal investment firm and the parent company to several companies including Revolution Places, a resort management company, Revolution Health, a personal health care network, Revolution Living, a personal wellness network, and Revolution Money, a Web 2.0 payment platform. It was founded in 2005 by Steve Case, Donn Davis, and Tige Savage.
Revolution owns stakes in Zipcar, Waterfront Media, Revolution Money, Exclusive Resorts, Miraval, SparkPeople, Extend Health, BrainScope, ClearSpring Technologies, LivingSocial and others.
type in George Soros and Revolution on Muckety
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