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Carly Fiorina


Carly is a true leader and a seasoned problem-solver. She is a passionate, articulate advocate for conservative policies that advance economic growth, entrepreneurship, innovation, and effective leadership. Through extensive experience she has learned that human potential is a limitless and uniquely powerful resource that can be unlocked, inspired and focused on worthy goals and common purpose. She knows that conservative principles, applied in a twenty-first century context, are the most effective way to unleash this potential for positive change in communities, organizations of all kinds and our nation.

At age twenty-three, Carly Fiorina was a law school dropout who had no idea what to do with her life. Twenty-two years later, Fortune named her ”The Most Powerful Woman in Business” and she was recruited to be chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard the first female CEO of a Fortune 20 company with a mandate to shake things up.

During the hard fought battle for votes and ideas, Carly was also battling breast cancer. She wrote a memoir entitled Tough Choices, which tells her story from her perspective.


For more, visit here: http://carlyfiorina.com/about/




Watch the show she was on here: 12/15/06   

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