Starbucks GC to retire, will join Obama's re-election campaign

Paula Boggs has led the coffee company's legal department for 10 years

Starbucks’ General Counsel Paula Boggs announced this week she will retire from her position of 10 years in April. Boggs is leaving the world’s largest coffee chain to join President Obama’s re-election campaign.

Boggs joined Starbucks as executive vice president, general counsel and secretary in 2002, after a successful career as an executive with Dell Inc. Prior to that, she was a partner at Preston Gates & Ellis (now K&L Gates).


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