Carly Fiorina is a passionate, articulate advocate for conservative policies that advance economic growth, entrepreneurship, innovation, and effective leadership.
When Carly was recruited to Hewlett Packard, she became the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business, taking HP from the 28th to the 11th most profitable company in the US. In her six years as Chairman and CEO of HP, she would double its revenues to $90 billion; more than quadruple its growth to 9%; triple the rate of innovation to 11 patents a day; achieve market leadership in every market and product category and quadruple cash-flow.
She currently serves as the Chairman of the American Conservative Union Foundation, which annually hosts CPAC (the largest annual gathering of conservatives); the Chairman of Good360, the world's largest product philanthropy organization; and the Chairman of Opportunity International, the largest non profit micro-finance lender in the world giving out $6 billion at an average of $150 per loan lifting millions out of poverty around the world.
In 2014, Carly launched the Unlocking Potential Project, a new PAC aimed at engaging women voters and refuting the false notion that conservative ideas and principles amount to a “war on women.” The UP Project’s grassroots efforts aided Republican wins in crucial elections across the country, from Iowa to Colorado.
|Sep 20, 2016||Bloomberg - An Ex-Republican in Iowa Tells All|
|Jul 22, 2016||The Register - Silicon Valley's contribution to the US Republican Convention: Gayness|
|Jul 21, 2016||TIME - Meet the Silicon Valley Billionaire Speaking at the RNC|
|Jul 14, 2016||TechCrunch - What’s Peter Thiel going to say at the Republican National Convention?|
|Jun 22, 2016||TIME - Why CEOs Are Becoming Political Figures|
|Jun 20, 2016||Vator.tv - Why Facebook was never going to kick Thiel off its board|
|Jun 13, 2016||E-Commerce Times - OPINION Google and the Birth of the People-Delivery Drone|
|Jun 10, 2016||Cranes Chicago - Thomas Perkins, tech financier who funded Google, dies at 84|