Franklin has served on the board of directors of 14 public companies and four private companies.
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She has served on every possible board committee, and has chaired six public company audit committees, two governance committees, and has served as lead director. She was non-executive Chairman of Guest Services, Inc. She is Chairman Emerita of the Economic Club of New York , of which she served as the first woman Chairman, and is the past president and first woman president of the Management Executives' Society. She is a board member of the U. Franklin has been a regular commentator on international economic matters and corporate governance on national media sources, most notably PBS's Nightly Business Report.
Prior to her service as Secretary of Commerce, in she founded Franklin Associates, a management and consulting firm, where she served as the President and CEO until Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.
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Consumer Product Safety Commission, where she focused on safer products for children and better control of carcinogens Altogether, Franklin has served five U. In the private sector Franklin has served on the boards of directors of 14 public companies and three private companies, and is currently a board member of Aetna Inc. She has received numerous governance awards and served as chairman of the National Association of Corporate Directors NACD during a period of significant growth in membership and vitality.
Fresh out of Harvard Business School and prior to joining the White House staff in , Franklin worked at the Singer Company as manager of environmental analysis and at First National City Bank now Citibank as assistant vice president. Drop us a line here to see how we can help you. See all news on this speaker.