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Planned Parenthood

Communications Dept 18 S. Michigan Avenue, 6Th Floor

Chicago, Illinois 60603

United States

Company Description

Planned Parenthood has been a polarizing organization since its precursor, a clinic in Brooklyn, New York, was founded in 1916 by pioneering birth-control advocate Margaret Sanger. It provides a range of health services - including cancer screenings, te ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

The Board

Affiliations

Board Member
I Have A Dream Foundation

Active Member of the Board of Trustees
Columbia University

Board Member
Bio-Technology General Corp.

Member
National Women's Hall of Fame

Feminine Health Advisor
Vagisil

Member, Board of Trustees
New York Blood Center Inc

Board Member
Chicago Foundation for Women

Member of Board of Trustees
Eisenhower Fellowships

Board Member
BritishAmerican Business Inc

Member of the Board of Trustees
Institute of International Education

Board Member
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Board Member
K-OS Multimedia

Board Member
Women's Environment and Development Organization

Board Member
Jazz

President
Center for the Advancement of Women Inc

Founder
CFAW

Board Member
Quidel Corporation

Board Member
WellChoice , Inc.

Board Member
Blue Shield

Co-Founder
United Farm Workers

Education

Columbia

BS

Ohio State

Bachelor of Science degree

nursing

Ohio State University

Bachelor of Science degree

nursing

The Ohio State University

MS

Columbia

Master of Science degree

maternal and infant care

Columbia University

graduate degree

Columbia University

honorary doctoral degrees

honorary doctoral degrees

Haverford College , Meadville Lombard Seminary atthe University

honorary doctorate

Claremont Graduate University

many honorary doctorate degrees

nursing degree

Columbia University

nursing degree

Ohio State University

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Ida Louise Jackson

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Faye Wattleton - The first woman to head the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.


Faye Wattleton, former ...

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Faye Wattleton, former president of Planned Parenthood hoped the poll would serve as a "wake-up" call to liberals. But she was surprised and disturbed by what she learned. 53% of the women said that abortion should only be allowed in cases of rape, incest or for the life of the mother. 75% said that religion is important in their lives and almost half said that the Christian Coalition agenda would improve their lives.

Faye was right, it did serve as a wake-up call, not to the women polled, but to the feminists who have spoken for women for so long, they have never taken the time to hear them speak.


Faye Wattleton, former ...

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Faye Wattleton, former president of Planned Parenthood hoped the poll would serve as a "wake-up" call to liberals. But she was surprised and disturbed by what she learned. 53% of the women said that abortion should only be allowed in cases of rape, incest or for the life of the mother. 75% said that religion is important in their lives and almost half said that the Christian Coalition agenda would improve their lives.

Faye was right, it did serve as a wake-up call, not to the women polled, but to the feminists who have spoken for women for so long, they have never taken the time to hear them speak.


When Faye Wattleton (1943 - ...

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When Faye Wattleton (1943 - Current) was chosen Humanist of the Year in 1986 she was a special awardee. She was the youngest person, first black woman, second black, and sixth woman so honored. Ms. Wattleton's contribution to humanity is her work as president of Planned Parenthood of America, which extends to 120 countries.

Ms. Wattleton was born in St. Louis, Missouri, on July 8, 1943. In 1964, she earned a degree in nursing at Ohio State University. She taught nursing for two years in Ohio, and in 1966 earned an MA at Columbia University in maternal and infant care. She saw the need for birth control and life-saving abortions while interning at a Harlem hospital. She volunteered at Planned Parenthood and in 1971 became executive director of an Ohio chapter. Due to her excellent leadership, Ms. Wattleton became president of Planned Parenthood of America in 1978. She is a skillful speaker, appearing for Planned Parenthood on national television.
Ms. Wattleton develops educational programs for health centers and fights those who commit terrorist acts against women's clinics. She directs national opposition to world political forces that support historic patterns of sex and race discrimination.


"I Have A Dream" Foundation

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Faye Wattleton Managing Director, Alvarez & Marsal

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Faye Wattleton Managing Director, Alvarez & Marshal
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Faye Wattleton is a Managing Director with Alvarez & Marsal and Heads the board governace advisory practice, in New York. Ms. Wattleton's distinguished career spans more than three decades, during which she has amassed an extraordinary track record for leadership, both as a CEO of national not-for-profit organizations and serving on the boards of public and private corporations, academic institutions and high-impact philanthropic organizations. Perhaps best known for her executive leadership and advocacy of improving the status and healthcare of women, she brings dynamic and demonstrable experience as an executive, board member and consultant in the health sector and public policy arenas. She has served as a director for a range of public companies, including as chair of audit and corporate governance committees.
Prior to joining A&M, Ms. Wattleton served as Co-Founder and President of the Center for the Advancement of Women, an independent, nonpartisan think tank, conducting women-focused national research for public education and policy advocacy. During her leadership, CFAW received national and international acclaim for its groundbreaking research on women's opinions, experiences, roles and status in society.
From 1978 to 1992, Ms. Wattleton was President and CEO of the nation's oldest and largest voluntary reproductive health provider, Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). She was the youngest, first woman and first African American-and longest tenured professional-to hold this position. At the time of her departure, a restructured Planned Parenthood had grown to become the nation's seventh largest nonprofit organization, with an aggregate budget of $500 million, providing medical and educational services to four million Americans each year, through 170 affiliates operating in 49 states and the District of Columbia. Under its international arm, known as Family Planning International Assistance, PPFA provided technical assistance and commodities to organizations in dozens of developing countries.
Lauded as a public spokesperson and for her managerial skills and revolutionary public policy advancement by Business Week and Money, Ms. Wattleton has received countless honors and awards. She is the 2004 recipient of the prestigious Fries Prize for service to improving public health and was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame in 1993.
With more than three decades of corporate governance experience serving public and private corporations, Ms. Wattleton is an active member of the board of trustees of Columbia University, the board of governors of the Pardee Rand Graduate School and serves on the board of directors of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Previously, she served on the boards of directors of public companies including Ehrlich-Bober Financial Services (1986-1988), Leslie Fay (1993-1998), Estee Lauder Companies (1995-2003), WellChoice, Inc. (1993-2005), Quidel Corporation (1994-2006) and Savient Pharmaceuticals (1997-2007).
Ms. Wattleton earned a bachelor's degree in nursing from Ohio State University and a master's degree from Columbia University. She holds fourteen honorary degrees.

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