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Carol Moseley Braun for President

ORGANIZATION

Location:
Chicago, IL

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Carol Moseley Braun
Politician
16-Aug-1947   First black female US Senator
Frank M. Clark
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Commonwealth Edison
William T. Coleman, Jr.
Government
7-Jul-1920   US Secretary of Transportation, 1975-77
W. Don Cornwell
Business
1948   CEO of Granite Broadcasting
Willie D. Davis
Football
24-Jul-1934   Businessman, former football player
John Deutch
Government
27-Jul-1938   CIA Director, 1995-96
Marian Wright Edelman
Activist
6-Jun-1939   Founder, Children's Defense Fund
Cleo Fields
Politician
22-Nov-1962   Congressman from Louisiana, 1993-97
Harold Ford, Sr.
Politician
20-May-1945   Congressman from Tennessee, 1975-97
Donald Fowler
Government
12-Sep-1935   DNC chairman, 1995-97
Brenda J. Gaines
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Diners Club NA, 2002-04
Kim Gandy
Activist
25-Jan-1954   President of NOW
Berry Gordy
Business
28-Nov-1929   Founder of Motown Records
Mellody Hobson
Business
3-Apr-1969   President of Ariel Capital Management
Valerie B. Jarrett
Business
14-Nov-1956   White House Office of Public Liaison
Robert L. Johnson
Business
8-Apr-1946   CEO of BET
Quincy Jones
Music Producer
14-Mar-1933   Musician, Composer, Producer
Don King
Boxing
20-Aug-1931   Boxing promoter
Celinda Lake
Government
?   Lake Research Partners
John W. Rogers, Jr.
Business
c. 1958   CEO of Ariel Capital Management
Russell Simmons
Business
4-Oct-1957   Def Jam Records
Ruth J. Simmons
Educator
3-Jul-1945   President, Brown University
Eleanor Smeal
Activist
30-Jul-1939   Founder, Feminist Majority Foundation


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