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Hands On Network

ORGANIZATION

Official Website:
http://www.handsonnetwork.org/

Location:
Atlanta, GA

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank Blake
Business
c. 1950   CEO of Home Depot
Neil Bush
Relative
22-Jan-1955   Silverado Savings & Loan
John T. Chambers
Business
23-Aug-1949   CEO of Cisco
Thomas J. Donohue
Business
1938   US Chamber of Commerce
Michael L. Eskew
Business
28-Jun-1949   CEO of United Parcel Service, 2002-07
Mark Gearan
Government
16-Sep-1956   Peace Corps Director, 1995-99
Gerald Grinstein
Business
c. 1932   CEO of Delta Air Lines, 2004-07
Stephen J. Hemsley
Business
c. 1952   CEO of UnitedHealth Group
Jeffrey R. Immelt
Business
19-Feb-1956   CEO of General Electric
E. Neville Isdell
Business
8-Jun-1943   CEO of Coca Cola, 2004-08
Rochelle B. Lazarus
Business
1947   CEO of Ogilvy & Mather, 1996-2009
John J. Mack
Business
17-Nov-1944   CEO of Morgan Stanley
Richard A. Manoogian
Business
1936   CEO of Masco, 1985-2007
Angelo R. Mozilo
Business
1938   Former CEO of Countrywide
Dennis M. Nally
Business
c. 1952   Chairman of Price Waterhouse Coopers
Richard C. Notebaert
Business
1947   CEO of Qwest, 2002-07
William D. Novelli
Business
c. 1941   CEO, AARP
Sam Nunn
Politician
8-Sep-1938   US Senator from Georgia, 1972-97
Michael I. Roth
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Interpublic Group
Frederick W. Smith
Business
11-Aug-1944   Founder and CEO of Federal Express
Jeffrey Swartz
Business
c. 1960   President and CEO of Timberland
Harris Wofford
Politician
9-Apr-1926   US Senator from Pennsylvania, 1991-95


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