Welcome to the Boardroom: Chelsea Clinton Joins Diller
A Young, Connected Clinton Welcomed to the Boardroom By Lauren A. E. Schuker and Joanne S….
Georgia (Sep 27, 2011) — A Young, Connected Clinton Welcomed to the Boardroom
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By Lauren A. E. Schuker and Joanne S. Lublin
September 26, 2011 [online copy; with different headline and some copy in print edition 9.27, 2011, B1; KSU/CGC copy same in both stories.]
She's 31. She's still a graduate student. And she's held many different jobs in different industries over the last five years.
But those factors didn't prevent Chelsea Clinton from landing a plum assignment: joining the board of Barry Diller's Internet media holding company.
In her new role, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be the youngest member of IAC's board by seven years.
Fellow directors include Michael Eisner, former chief of Walt Disney Co., and Edgar Bronfman Jr., chairman of Warner Music Group.
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