Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Lisa Jackson is Apple’s new VP for Enviro-Initiatives

Ex-EPA and NJDEP chief Lisa Jackson is now an Apple VP

Apple CEO Tim Cook announced yesterday that Lisa Jackson, who served as Barack Obama’s top environmental official during his first term and previously led New Jersey's Department of Environmental Protection, will join the company as vice president for
environmental initiatives.

The tech press beat traditional news organizations to the announcement which came during the All Things Digital conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Here are some of the reports on the Apple announcement:
Apple hires former EPA Chief Lisa Jackson for environmental efforts
Lisa Jackson, The Ex-EPA Chief, Is Joining Apple For Environmental
Apple hires former EPA Administrator
Tim Cook: Ex-EPA chief Lisa Jackson joining Apple
Tim Cook Hires Lisa Jackson At Apple: It's All About The Bureaucracy
Apple hires former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson to boost environmental efforts 

Some of our previous posts on Lisa Jackson:
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NJ's Lisa Jackson may get top EPA job 
Will a former NJ or PA DEP chief take over at the EPA? 
Hearings for NJ, PA environmental regulators 
Lisa Jackson's EPA confirmation hearing 
Jackson promises to un-Bush the EPA 
What lies ahead for EPA's resourceful Lisa Jackson? 
Will Lisa Jackson next run NJ? Or Princeton?

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