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'''Irene Hirano Inouye''' (born October 28, 1948), is Chair of the [[Ford Foundation]], a [[liberal]], [[leftwing]] foundation.  She was elected Chair in May 2010, the 10th board chair in the foundation’s 75-year history.<ref>[http://rafu.com/news/2010/06/hirano-inouye-ford-foundation/]</ref>  The foundation is a tax-exempt 501c organization headquartered in [[New York City]].  Inouye also serves as President of the U.S.-Japan Council based in Washington, D.C..  She previously served as CEO of the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles and Executive Director of T.H.E. Clinic, a not-for-profit community health facility serving low and moderate income women and families.<ref>[http://inouye.senate.gov/Who_is_Dan/Irene-Hirano-Inouye.cfm]</ref>
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'''Irene Hirano Inouye''' (born October 28, 1948), is Chair of the [[Ford Foundation]], a [[liberal]], [[leftwing]] foundation.  She was elected Chair in May 2010, the 10th board chair in the foundation’s 75-year history.<ref>[http://rafu.com/news/2010/06/hirano-inouye-ford-foundation/]</ref>  The foundation is a tax-exempt 501c organization headquartered in [[New York City]].  Inouye also serves as President of the U.S.-Japan Council based in Washington, D.C..  She previously served as CEO of the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles and Executive Director of T.H.E. Clinic, a not-for-profit community health facility serving low and moderate income women and families.<ref>[http://inouye.senate.gov/Who_is_Dan/Irene-Hirano-Inouye.cfm Irene Hirano Inouye - US Senate page for Daniel Inouye]</ref>
  
Irene married powerful Democrat Senator from Hawaii [[Daniel Inouye]] in 2008.<ref>[http://archives.starbulletin.com/2008/05/25/news/story06.html]</ref>
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Irene married powerful Democrat Senator from Hawaii [[Daniel Inouye]] in 2008.<ref>http://archives.starbulletin.com/2008/05/25/news/story06.html "Sen. Inouye, Irene Hirano tie the knot", Honolulu Star-Bulletin]</ref>
  
Inouye joined the Ford Foundation in 2006 as a Trustee. The organization is one of the largest foundations in the world with over $10 billion in assets.<ref>[http://www2.guidestar.org/organizations/13-1684331/ford-foundation.aspx#]</ref> Founded in 1936, it donates to thousands of organizations worldwide but has donated largely to leftist groups. They are truly a money hub for far-left, radical liberal groups.
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Inouye joined the Ford Foundation in 2006 as a Trustee. The organization is one of the largest foundations in the world with over $10 billion in assets.<ref>[http://www2.guidestar.org/organizations/13-1684331/ford-foundation.aspx# Ford Foundation's donations retrieved from IRS filings]</ref> Founded in 1936, it donates to thousands of organizations worldwide but has donated largely to leftist groups. They are truly a money hub for far-left, radical liberal groups.
  
 
In 2010 alone, it allocated large contributions to [[George Soros]]-backed organizations such as [[Center for American Progress]] ($1,000,000) and [[Media Matters for America]] ($500,000), who recently "declared war" on [[Fox News]]. Other notable far-left groups it donated to include [[New Israeli Fund]] ($5,000,000), [[Astraea Foundation]] ($2,300,000), [[Global Rights]] ($2,000,000) and [[Amnesty International]] ($1,000,000).<ref>[http://www2.guidestar.org/organizations/13-1684331/ford-foundation.aspx#]</ref>
 
In 2010 alone, it allocated large contributions to [[George Soros]]-backed organizations such as [[Center for American Progress]] ($1,000,000) and [[Media Matters for America]] ($500,000), who recently "declared war" on [[Fox News]]. Other notable far-left groups it donated to include [[New Israeli Fund]] ($5,000,000), [[Astraea Foundation]] ($2,300,000), [[Global Rights]] ($2,000,000) and [[Amnesty International]] ($1,000,000).<ref>[http://www2.guidestar.org/organizations/13-1684331/ford-foundation.aspx#]</ref>
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==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://inouye.senate.gov/Who_is_Dan/Irene-Hirano-Inouye.cfm Irene Hirano Inouye - US Senate page for Daniel Inouye]
 
*[http://archives.starbulletin.com/2008/05/25/news/story06.html "Sen. Inouye, Irene Hirano tie the knot", Honolulu Star-Bulletin]
 
 
*[http://www.firedems.com/members/irene_hirano_inouye/ Irene Hirano Inouye Bio]
 
*[http://www.firedems.com/members/irene_hirano_inouye/ Irene Hirano Inouye Bio]
*The Ford Foundation's donations retrieved from [http://www2.guidestar.org/organizations/13-1684331/ford-foundation.aspx# Guidestar], the database of IRS filings filed by non-profit organizations.
 
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 19:32, 20 December 2011

Irene Hirano Inouye (born October 28, 1948), is Chair of the Ford Foundation, a liberal, leftwing foundation. She was elected Chair in May 2010, the 10th board chair in the foundation’s 75-year history.[1] The foundation is a tax-exempt 501c organization headquartered in New York City. Inouye also serves as President of the U.S.-Japan Council based in Washington, D.C.. She previously served as CEO of the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles and Executive Director of T.H.E. Clinic, a not-for-profit community health facility serving low and moderate income women and families.[2]

Irene married powerful Democrat Senator from Hawaii Daniel Inouye in 2008.[3]

Inouye joined the Ford Foundation in 2006 as a Trustee. The organization is one of the largest foundations in the world with over $10 billion in assets.[4] Founded in 1936, it donates to thousands of organizations worldwide but has donated largely to leftist groups. They are truly a money hub for far-left, radical liberal groups.

In 2010 alone, it allocated large contributions to George Soros-backed organizations such as Center for American Progress ($1,000,000) and Media Matters for America ($500,000), who recently "declared war" on Fox News. Other notable far-left groups it donated to include New Israeli Fund ($5,000,000), Astraea Foundation ($2,300,000), Global Rights ($2,000,000) and Amnesty International ($1,000,000).[5]

Education

  • Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Public Administration from the University of Southern California[6]

External links

References

  1. [1]
  2. Irene Hirano Inouye - US Senate page for Daniel Inouye
  3. http://archives.starbulletin.com/2008/05/25/news/story06.html "Sen. Inouye, Irene Hirano tie the knot", Honolulu Star-Bulletin]
  4. Ford Foundation's donations retrieved from IRS filings
  5. [2]
  6. [3]