VividLife Radio hosts Ed and Deb Shapiro welcome Bonnie Reiss sworn by Governor Schwarzenegger in 2010 as the California Secretary of Education to discuss Political Mindfulness and the power of Consciousness in a changing world
Bonnie Reiss was sworn in by Governor Schwarzenegger on February 23, 2010 as the California Secretary of Education. The Office of the Secretary of Education is the primary education advisor to the Governor and is committed to creating, promoting and supporting the Governor’s policies that ensure access to quality education for all Californians. Since 2007, Secretary Reiss served as operating advisor to Pegasus Capital Advisors, a private equity firm committed to investing in and developing scarce resources, commodities and sustainable companies. Previously, she served as senior advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger from 2003 to 2007, where she advised the Governor on all major policy initiatives, including education, the environment and children’s issues. From 1994 to 2003, Secretary Reiss served as founding president of the Inner-City Games Foundation, later renamed After School All-Stars. In 1988, she founded the Earth Communications Office where she led the effort to use media for public awareness campaigns of environmental issues until 1993. Secretary Reiss experience includes careers as an entertainment lawyer, accountant, producer and writer from 1981 to 1988. http://bonniereiss.com/
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