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Eric K. Shinseki

Eric K. Shinseki
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Eric K. Shinseki

Gender: Male

Areas of interest:
auto industry
politics & government

At the end of his stint at Army chief of staff, Shinseki was criticized by the Bush administration for his statements that more troops were need to achieve stability in Iraq.

He was named secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs at the start of the Obama administration, resigning in 2014 amidst mounting evidence of mismanagement and failure to provide adequate health care to veterans.

College: He holds a B.S. from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, a Master of Arts degree from Duke University, and is a graduate of the National War College. and Duke University

Personal social network: Much of Shinseki's Muckety comes from military and corporate connections. He has direct links to two Fortune 1000 companies.

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