Carly Fiorina is a former businesswoman, an American Republican politician and is a candidate for President in the 2016 United States President election.
After dropping out of Law School, Carly became an AT&T management trainee and became the first female officer in the Network Systems division. In 1995 she was hired as Hewlett-Packard’s CEO and during his time as Chief Executive Officer from 1995-2005, she was the first women to lead a top 20 company as ranked by Fortune magazine. After some controversial collaboration with Compaq Computers didn’t worked according to plan she was forced to resign as a CEO.
After being split with HP, she served on the boards of several organizations, She was an adviser to Republican senator John McCain’s 2008 Presidential campaign and On May 4, 2015 Carly Fiorina announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination 2016 United States presidential election.
Carly Fiorina Bio:
Full Name: Cara Carleton ‘Carly’ Sneed Fiorina
Nick Name: Carly Fiorina
Occupation: Business Executive Politician
Carly Fiorina Personal Life:
Date of Birth: September 6, 1954
Birth Place: Austin, Texas
Age: 61 (as of 2015)
Father Name: Joseph Tyree Sneed
Mother Name: Madelon Juergens Sneed
Education: MIT Sloan School of Management, Charles E. Jordan High School, North Carolina (School), Stanford University (College)
Carly Fiorina Body Statistics:
Weight: Not Available
Hair Color: Dyed Blonde
Eye Color: Dark brown
Carly Fiorina Net Worth: $60 Million
Carly Fiorina Husband: Carly was first married to Todd Bartlem (divorced on 1984) and on 1985 she was married to Frank Fiorina.
Carly Fiorina famous quotes:
“My Mother taught me about the power of inspiration and courage, and she did it with a strength and a passion that I wish could be bottled.”
“Leadership comes in small acts as well as bold strokes”.
“I love being a women. I like dressing up; I love buying shoes.”
“The truth is. I’m proud of the life I’ve lived so far, and though I’ve made my share of mistakes, I have no regrets”.
“Do not be afraid to make decisions, do not be afraid to make mistakes.”
“If a decision-making process is flawed and dysfunctional, decisions will go awry.”