Trump’s Election Gave Our Work More Meaning: Former Patagonia CEO

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Jun.30 — Rose Marcario, the CEO of Patagonia from 2008 to 2020, says the election of President Donald Trump gave her environmental activist work more meaning. She appears on the latest episode “Leaders with Lacqua Goes Green.”

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