The Clinton Foundation is replacing its chief executive officer with a longtime aide of Hillary Clinton who has been with her since her time as secretary of state.
Maura Pally, who joined the foundation in 2013 to supervise Hillary Clinton's activity at the foundation, took over as acting CEO on Friday following the resignation of its current CEO. She was previously Clinton's deputy assistant secretary at the State Department.
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CEO Eric Braverman is stepping down from his post, the foundation said. The position will be filled on an interim basis by Maura Pally, a Hillary Clinton confidante who worked as a deputy assistant secretary during Clinton’s time at the State Department. Pally joined the Clinton Foundation in 2013 to "supervise Secretary Clinton’s Foundation-related activities, exploring new opportunities and ways to leverage existing Foundation efforts," according to an internal email from then-CEO Bruce Lindsey at the time of Pally’s hiring.
The report states that "a change in leadership at the foundation was expected prior to a potential Clinton presidential campaign."
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