Experienced For Her Pleasure
This is "Ann Marie Fudge"
Ann Marie Fudge (born April 23, 1951) serves on a number of corporate boards, including those of General Electric, Novartis, Unilever and Infosys, as well as on several non-profit boards. She is former chairman and CEO of Young & Rubicam Brands, a global network of marketing communications companies. In 2010, Fudge served on President Barack Obama's National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform.
After Harvard, Fudge spent nine years at General Mills. Fudge then served, ultimately, as president of the beverages, desserts and Post division, a $5 billion unit of Kraft Foods. Her charitable work included work with a number of organizations, including the Executive Leadership Council, a non-profit group of high-level African-American leaders in business, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Partnership for a Drug-Free America, and the United Way, among others. Fudge served as chair and chief executive officer of Young & Rubicam Brands from 2003 to 2007. In 2011, Fudge served on the boards of directors of General Electric, Novartis, and Unilever. She also served as chair of the U.S. Programs Advisory Board of The Gates Foundation; and she was a trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation, Brookings Institution, the Council on Foreign Relations and Morehouse College. She has been a Morehouse trustee since April 2006. She has also served on the board of Buzzient, Inc, and served as vice chair of the Harvard Board of Overseers. In June 2011, it was announced that Fudge would join the board of Indian technology and outsourcing company Infosys on October 1, 2011, as an Additional Director. In early 2010, Fudge was named by President Obama to the 18-member National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform. In September 2010, Fudge was listed as one of several possible candidates to replace Larry Summers as director of the National Economic Council. In September 2011, Fudge joined in the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB).
I'm not just talking about this specific nigger lady. Take any big fortune top 500 megacorp, and the board will include mostly weird placeholder people like this one. How probable is that this nigger lady served on like 53503 boards of random firms making everything from cereal to stealth bombers?
It's obvious that they are just random people put there to obfuscate corporate governance, but do you think that "Ann Marie Fudge" even exists or is it just a deepfake like most celebrities, politicians and CEOs?