Bios as provided by the Trump campaign.
1. Diane Hendricks. Hendricks is the chairwoman and sole owner of the building products
distributor ABC Supply Co., Inc. She founded ABC Supply with her late husband, Kenneth, turning
it into the largest wholesale distributor of exterior building products in the country. In 2016, she
employed over 10,000 workers and sales exceeded $6.5 billion. Hendricks is also the chairwoman
of Hendricks Holding Co., Inc. which includes a diverse portfolio of domestic and international
companies in manufacturing, construction, recycling, pharmaceutical research and other various
2. Darlene Jordan. Jordan is the Executive Director of the Gerald R. Jordan Foundation, a nonprofit
organization that supports education, health and youth services, and the arts. She is a member of
Fordham’s Board of Directors and Co-Chair of Fordham’s successful $500 million Campaign. She
currently serves on Fordham’s Executive Committee and is Chair of the Development and
University Relations Committee and Co-Chair of the Financial Aid Campaign. Darlene served as a
National Finance Co-Chair for Mitt Romney for President in 2008 and 2012. She also served as the
State Finance Chair for Governor Rick Scott’s re-election campaign in 2014. Darlene is a former
Assistant Attorney General for the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General, where she served
in the Insurance Fraud Division from 1996 to 1999.
3. Betsy McCaughey. McCaughey is a constitutional scholar with a Ph.D. from Columbia University, apublic policy expert, and a former Lt. Governor of New York State. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Beating Obamacare, and its sequel, Beating Obamacare 2014. In 2004,McCaughey founded and is now Chairman of the Committee to Reduce Infection Deaths (also
known as RID), a nationwide educational campaign to stop hospital-acquired infections. RID has
won legislation in over 34 states for public reporting of infection rates.
4. Brooke Rollins. Rollins is the President and CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, one of thenation’s premier free market think tanks. Over the past decade, she has emerged as one of the
nation’s most thoughtful and articulate defenders, in both media and policy, of the principles of
liberty and limited government. Before joining the Foundation, Rollins served as Governor Rick
Perry’s Deputy General Counsel, and later as his Policy Director.
5. Anthony Scaramucci. Scaramucci is the co-managing partner and founder of SkyBridge Capital, a global investment firm with around $12.5 billion in assets under management and advisement as
of August 1, 2016. Prior to founding SkyBridge in 2005, Mr. Scaramucci co-founded investment
partnership Oscar Capital Management, which was sold to Neuberger Berman in 2001.
6. Carla Sands. Sands is Chairman of Vintage Capital Group, LLC, an investment firm founded in
2000 in partnership with her late husband, Fred Sands and its subsidiary companies Vintage Real
Estate, LLC and Vintage Fund Management, LLC. In 2008 Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger
appointed Carla to the Board of the California Cultural and Historical Endowment. She is also the
Chairman of The Blue Ribbon, an organization of five hundred women that supports the Los
Angeles Music Center, its resident companies and produces the Children’s Festival each spring.
7. Judy Shelton. Shelton specializes in global finance and monetary issues. Dr. Shelton has been
consulted on international economic/financial issues by national security officials at the White
House and Pentagon. Judy Shelton was an economic advisor for the National Commission on
Economic Growth and Tax Reform chaired by Jack Kemp. Dr. Shelton joined the Atlas Network in
2010, where she is Senior Fellow and Co-Director of the Atlas Sound Money Project. Judy Shelton
holds a Ph.D. in Business Administration, with an emphasis on finance and international
economics, from the University of Utah.
8. Liz Uihlein. Uihlein is the Co-Founder of Uline, Inc. and serves as its President. A shipping and
packaging company that has generated $3.6 billion in yearly sales for 2015 and projects over $4.0
billion for 2016, with 11 North American branches, over 30,000 products, and over 4,900
9. Kathleen Hartnett White. White is the Distinguished Senior Fellow and Director of the
Armstrong Center for Energy and the Environment at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. At the
Texas Public Policy Foundation, Kathleen directs research and policy on energy, climate change,
air quality, water quality & water rights, waste and endangered species. From 2001-2007,
Kathleen White was Chairman and Commissioner of the Texas Commission on Environmental
Quality, the second largest environmental agency in the world after the EPA. She has served on
five Commissions including the Texas Water Development Board, Texas Economic Development
Commission, and the Lower Colorado River Authority as well as the Journal of Regulatory Science.