Carly Fiorina addresses business and community leaders at the President’s Circle Leadership Forum. (Photo credit Jodie Andruskevich)
More than 130 distinguished business and community leaders gathered at Rivier University for a President’s Circle Leadership Forum featuring Carly Fiorina. The President’s Circle opens dialogue and promotes the exchange of ideas on topics impacting the businesses of New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
A recently announced candidate for U.S. President, Fiorina advocated for conservative policies that advance economic growth, entrepreneurship, innovation, and effective leadership.
“Leadership is not about title, position, power or status," said Fiorina. "The highest calling of leadership is to unlock potential in others. Leaders challenge the status quo.”
The first woman to lead a Fortune 500 business when she served as CEO and Chairman of Hewlett-Packard, Fiorina advanced the company from the 28th to the 11th most profitable U.S. company. She currently serves as Chairman of the American Conservative Union Foundation, Good360, and Opportunity International.
The Rivier University President’s Circle brings together hundreds of Presidents, CEOs, and government leaders from New Hampshire and Massachusetts.President’s Circle Chair Paul Clark, Carly Fiorina, and Sister Paula Marie Buley, IHM, Rivier’s President, meet prior to the leadership forum..
To learn more about the President’s Circle, please visit www.rivier.edu/presidentscircle