Who’s Who: In meetings with Obama

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(guess it’s hard to find current female CEO’s.)

1. James Bell, CFO of Boeing, aerospace, IL

2. Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase, financial services, NY

3. Ann Fudge, former CEO of Young & Rubicam, public relations, IL

4. Mark Gallogly, Centerbridge Partners, NY

5. Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford, auto manufacturer, MI

6. Jim Rogers, CEO of Duke Energy, energy/alternative, NC

7. Ronald Williams, CEO of Aetna, healthcare, CT

8. Brian L. Roberts, President and CEO of Comcast Corporation, PA

9. Robert Glaser, CEO of Real Networks, CA


Lael Brainard, Vice President of the Brookings Institution

Eli Broad, Founder of the Broad Foundation

Geoffrey Canada, President and CEO of Harlem Children’s Zone

Steve Case, Chairman and CEO of Revolution Health; former Chairman and CEO of America Online

Susan Castillo, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Oregon Department of Education

General Jim Jones, United States Marine Corps (retired), President and CEO of the Institute for 21st Century Technology, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Vinod Khosla, Founder and Partner of Khosla Ventures

Susan Hockfield, President of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Federico Pea, former Secretary of Transportation and former Secretary of Energy

Andy Stern, President of the Service Employees International Union

John P. Surma, Chairman and CEO of United States Steel Corporation

Harold Varmus, President of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

G. Richard Wagoner, Jr., Chairman and CEO of General Motors

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