The role is largely ceremonial, but there are occasions when the gubernatorial role carries with it quite wide-ranging powers in certain situations, such as when a government loses a confidence vote in respect of appropriation and supply.
Ba is a partner at Helios Investment Partners, a specialist private equity firm with investments in more than 30 countries in Africa. Prior to joining Helios, Mr.
Souleymane serves on the boards of Solevo and Bayport Management Limited.
Souleymane majored in economics and graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Bailey is a lawyer and private investor with a long involvement in healthcare services to the elderly.
He has organized and run two public companies, and served as a director of several publicly listed companies; he has spent the last 30 years working with the capital markets, with investment banks and other financial organizations in real estate, finance, healthcare and manufacturing in the U.
After several years in Michigan state government, Mr. Bailey spent 16 years with the Detroit law firm Dykema, Gossett where he was a partner.
He left the firm in to organize and capitalize several public and private companies and founded Omega Healthcare Investors and Omega Worldwide Inc, both public providers of healthcare finance, the latter in the UK and Australia. He retired from public companies in and organized a private company providing healthcare services through retirement communities, assisted living and nursing facilities.
He serves as a director of nonprofit organizations related to mental health and education, and is active on conservation issues, serving as an officer of the Michigan chapter of The Nature Conservancy and as a supporter of the College of the Environment at Wesleyan.
He continues as a director and a principal owner of companies engaged in real estate, healthcare services to the elderly and the production of the premium California wine, Knightsbridge.
Essel received his BA in History in He spent four years on the track team, running hurdles and high jumping, and was a member of Eclectic, and the Student Judiciary Council, charged with issues related to the Honor Code. She also served for 12 years as the executive director of the Tiger Foundation, founded by Julian Robertson as well, with a mission to break the cycle of poverty in New York City.
Before her work with foundations, Phoebe worked at Inwood House, a nonprofit in Upper Manhattan, where she spent four years helping distressed teens take charge of their lives by educating them in making sound decisions, preventing pregnancy, and building self-esteem.
She also restructured and expanded a community-based adolescent pregnancy prevention program in the South Bronx and served as a liaison with a number of city agencies.
She worked for the New York City Department of Corrections, managing emergency prison construction and other related projects. Phoebe graduated from Wesleyan University, on whose board she serves, and earned her master of business administration from Columbia Business School, where she won the Joanne Martin Academic Award for Public and Nonprofit Management.
As an undergraduate, Phoebe majored in art history, played on the varsity lacrosse team, edited the yearbook, and was a senior interviewer. As an alumna, she has been involved in all of her reunions, was awarded the Wesleyan University Service Award inand served as an alumni-elected trustee and on the advisory board of the Patricelli Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
California Bio Professional History: Before assuming this role in Aprilshe was the special assistant to the president and senior director for European affairs on the National Security Council at the White House.
Her government service spans a wide range of additional positions in Congress and the Executive Branch, including the State Department and National Intelligence Council.
Karen received her BA with high honors from Wesleyan inmajoring in government and German. She received a Distinguished Alumna Award in The Associated Press delivers in-depth coverage on today's Big Story including top stories, international, politics, lifestyle, business, entertainment, and more.
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