Former Securities and Exchange Commission chair Arthur Levitt Jr. and former CNN chair Walter Isaacson have been named to the board of the Global Center for Leadership & Business Ethics, an independent entity established to recognize individuals and organizations with extraordinary business ethics and leadership qualities.
In addition to Levitt, who now serves as senior advisor at private equity concern the Carlyle Group, and Isaacson, now CEO at the Aspen Institute, other Global Center board members are: Dr. Reatha Clark King, former president and executive director of the General Mills Foundation; Lord David Simon, former BP chairman and British Labor peer; and Dr. Helmut Sohmen, chairman and chief executive of World-Wide Shipping Agency. William W. George, former CEO and chairman of Medtronic Inc., serves as chairman.
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