Jeanne Phillips

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Jeanne L. Phillips is senior vice president of Corporate Affairs and International Relations at Hunt Oil Company, based in Dallas, Texas. Hunt's oil producing operations are primarily 13 countries including Australia, Canada, Colombia, Great Britain, Italy, Kurdistan, Mexico, Oman, Peru, Romania, UAE, United States and Yemen.[1]


Phillips also serves on the board of governors for The Dallas Foundation. The Dallas Foundation is major contributor to Soros-backed leftist media attack group Media Matters for America. Based in Washington, DC, Media Matters for America is run by the controversial former conservative, turned liberal activist, David Brock. The Dallas Foundation has donated $250,000 to Media Matters since 2006.[2]


Previously, Phillips worked in various capacities for George W. Bush. President Bush appointed Phillips to be United States Permanent Representative to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) with rank of Ambassador in Paris. She was also Texas Vice Chairman of Bush-Cheney '04 and appointed Executive Director and then Chairman of the 54th and 55th Presidential Inaugural Committees. During the 2000 Presidential campaign, she served as Bush's Senior Advisor for National Finance and Deputy Chairman for Operations at the Republican National Committee in Washington, DC.[3]


Education

  • 1976, graduate of Southern Methodist University

References

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