Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is expected to join the board of directors for weapons systems and aircraft maker Boeing on April 29 – a continuation of the Washington revolving door system between government and private corporations.
“It’s an honor to have the opportunity to contribute to Boeing’s continued success as a cutting edge industry leader and a great American company,” Haley said in a statement.
News of the Boeing appointment came less than 24 hours after Haley announced she was forming a new policy group, “Stand America Now.”
Haley, who was Governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017 before accepting the ambassador’s position in the Trump administration, left her U.N. post at the end of 2018 after almost two years at the position. She’s been mentioned as a possible future presidential contender and is frequently referred to as a possible foil for the president she served under.
For now, though, Haley seems intent on cashing in. She’ll join Boeing’s board as the company deals with difficult decisions about its future growth.
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