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Former American Express CEO Ken Chenault ’73, H’96 Talks Leadership and Success on ‘CBS Sunday Morning’
Ken Chenault ’73, H’96, long a respected leader in the business world, stepped down this year as chairman and CEO of American Express. After thirty-seven years at the company—the last seventeen in the corner office—Chenault had become a “rockstar to the green-card faithful,” notes CBS Sunday Morning.
He said the relatively poor state of relations between Trump and his NATO allies means the US leader headed into the summit from a weakened position.
“I like to say that Bowdoin College is about learning how to learn, and you can apply that skill to so many things,” said Micoleau, in an interview with Broadway World.
The singer-songwriter appeared on the Portland area alternative rock station WCLZ on June 29, 2018, to perform live and discuss his new album, Stagger.