WORLD WIDE RESIGNATIONS WEEK OF 9/10 – 9/15

Shared by Tony Modugno [1]

I don’t know but 4700+ world wide resignations since around the time POTUS signed the Executive Order (Dec 2017) about the seizing assets of serious human rights violations and human trafficking falls in there.  I don’t think all these are about pedophiles. Some espionage as well as other company violations go on here. And some resign under normal conditions without nefarious reasons.  There are A LOT OF GOOD PEOPLE on this list! NOT EVERYONE on this list IS A BAD PERSON! NOT EVERYONE will be indicted!  But well worth seeing the massive amount of people leaving their positions for whatever reasons….

15 Sep 2018

  1. Jack Poulson
    Google Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Senior Employee Resigns From Google Over China Censored Search Engine Plans
  2. Sentje Lebona
    Lesotho Government Executive
    Lesotho
    NOTE: Terms of Service Violation
  3. Zemin Xu
    Link Motion Inc. CEO
    China
    NOTE: Vehicle & Vehicle Parts
  4. Roland Wu
    Link Motion Inc.  CFO
    China
    CFO
    NOTE: Vehicle & Vehicle Parts Resigned
  5. Justin Chen
    Link Motion Inc. General Counsel & President
    China
    NOTE: Vehicle & Vehicle Parts Resigned

14 Sep 2018

  1. Edward C. Bernard
    T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. Executive
    USA
    NOTE: T. Rowe Price vice chairman to retire, new investment head appointed
  2. Kemi Adeosun
    Nigerian Government Executive
    Nigeria
    NOTE: Kemi Adeosun ‘Resigns’ As Finance Minister
  3. Joe Grimes
    Tennessee Valley Authority Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Joe Grimes to retire as TVA’s head of generation
  4. Mike Colling
    MC&C Executive
    USA
    NOTE: MC&C founder Mike Colling steps down as CEO
  5. Niels de Vos
    UK Athletics Executive
    UK
    NOTE: UK Athletics chief executive Niels de Vos stepping down
  6. William Merck
    University of Central Florida Executive
    USA
    NOTE: UCF CFO steps down after audit shows college improperly used $38 million for campus building

13 Sep 2018

  1. Fong Wai Leong
    Panpages Bhd Executive
    Malaysia
    NOTE: Panpages CEO, director resign after shock at AGM
  2. Robert Cocroft
    Center for Veterans Issues in Milwaukee Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Leader of Center for Veterans Issues in Milwaukee dies
  3. Kate Griffiths
    BHP Billiton Executive
    Australia
    NOTE: BHP sees two company secretaries resign
  4. Michael J. Bransfield
    Roman Catholic Church Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Pope accepts resignation of Bishop Bransfield as inquiry into misconduct claims launched
  5. Wong Mun Wai
    Panpages Bhd Executive
    Malaysia
    NOTE: Panpages CEO, director resign after shock at AGM
  6. Megan Pepper
    BHP Billiton Executive
    Australia
    NOTE: BHP sees two company secretaries resign
  7. Trent Teyema
    FBI Government
    USA
    NOTE: FBI’s Chief Operating Officer of Cyber Division Abrupty Quits – True Pundit
  8. José Baselga
    Bristol-Meyers Squibb Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Top Official at Memorial Sloan Kettering Resigns After Failing to Disclose Industry Ties — ProPublica
  9. Abderrahmane Kaidi
    University of Bristol Executive
    UK
    NOTE: Lecturer resigns over fake research
  10. Eric Schulz
    Airbus Commercial Aircraft Executive
    France
    NOTE: Terms of Service Violation

12 Sep 2018

  1. Justin McAnear
    Tesla Inc. Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Terms of Service Violation
  2. Jose Ronaldo Ribeiro
    Roman Catholic Church Executive
    Brazil
    NOTE: Pope accepts resignation of Brazil bishop after theft
  3. Jeff Fager
    CBS / 60 Minutes Executive
    USA
    NOTE: ’60 Minutes’ exec Jeff Fager to step down after 36 years with CBS
  4. Scott Kauffman
    MDC PartnersExecutive
    USA
    NOTE: MDC Partners CEO Scott Kauffman Is Stepping Down After 3 Years
  5. Dan Conley
    Suffolk County Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Conley will resign DA’s post early
  6. Bao Zhaochen
    Triumph Science & Technology Co Ltd Executive
    China
    NOTE: BRIEF-Triumph Science & Technology’s General Manager Bao Zhaochen Resigns
  7. John Strangfeld
    Prudential Financial Inc. Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Prudential CEO to retire after 10 years in the role
  8. Wu Tse Wai, Frederick
    National Investments Fund Ltd Executive
    China
    NOTE: BRIEF-National Investments Fund Ltd Says Wu Tse Wai, Frederick Resigns As Executive Director
  9. Hilarie Bass
    Greenberg Traurig Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Greenberg Traurig Co-President Hilarie Bass steps down to focus on diversity venture
  10. Michael Bachman
    Hamilton County Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Magistrate ran after woman who interrupted hearing, grasped her neck and shoulder

11 Sep 2018

  1. Fei-Fei Li
    Google Cloud Platform Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Fei-Fei Li to step aside as Google Cloud’s leader and Chief Scientist · TechNode
  2. Carmen Monton
    Spain Government Executive
    Spain
    NOTE: Spanish minister resigns over academic degree
  3. Koos Timmermans
    ING Group Executive
    Netherlands
    NOTE: Koos Timmermans to step down as CFO and member of the Executive Board of ING Group
  4. David Thuku
    Family Bank Executive
    Kenya
    NOTE: Family Bank CEO David Thuku resigns
  5. Kelli Valade
    Chili’s Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Kelli Valade to resign as Chili’s president
  6. Dmitry Saprykin
    Rossiya Airlines Executive
    Russia
    NOTE: Rossiya Airlines CEO resigns
  7. David A. McCoy
    CBB Bancorp, Inc. Executive
    USA
    NOTE: CBB Bancorp, Inc. Announces Addition of Linda M. Iannone to Board of Directors, Retirement of David A. McCoy
  8. Don Grant
    Gaston County Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Pleaded guilty last week to misdemeanor assault on a female in exchange for prosecutors dropping a misdemeanor sexual battery charge stemming from a 2017 incident at a Gastonia woman’s home.
  9. Julie Bank
    Pasadena Humane Society Executive
    USA
    NOTE: Pasadena Humane Society CEO Julie Bank resigns suddenly
  10. Denyse Chicoyne
    Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc Executive
    Canada
    NOTE: BRIEF-Denyse Chicoyne Resigns From The Board Of Directors Of Industrial Alliance By Reuters)

10 Sep 2018

  1. Shri Keshav Prasad Rau
    Jaypee Infratech Limited Director
    India
    NOTE: Resigned
  2. Shri Basant Kumar Goswami
    Jaypee Infratech Limited Director
    India
    NOTE: Resigned
  3. Imran Khan
    Social Media Snap Inc. Chief Strategy Officer
    USA
    NOTE: Resigned
  4. Judy Genshaft
    University of South Florida President
    USA
    NOTE: Resigned
  5. Milton Johnson
    HCA Healthcare USA CEO
    USA
    NOTE: Retired
  6. Zane Burke
    Cerner Corp. President
    USA
    NOTE: Resigned
  7. Ron DeSantis
    U.S. Congress (Florida) Congressman
    USA
    NOTE: Resigned
  8. Mike Scott
    Lee County Sheriff
    USA
    NOTE: Retired
  9. Larry Probst
    U.S. Olympic Committee Chairman
    USA
    NOTE: Resigned
  10. Cao Kuanping
    Huiyin Smart Community Co Ltd Director
    China
    NOTE: Resigned
  11. Micheal Brauser
    Red Violet Chairman
    USA
    NOTE: Resigned
  12. Mike Ward
    Houston Chronicle Reporter
    USA
    NOTE:
  13. Androulla Christophidou Henriques
    NGO Cyprus Stop Trafficking Head
    Cyprus
    NOTE: Resigned
  14. Mark A. Langley
    Project Management Institute CEO & President
    USA
    NOTE: Retired
  15. Doug Morris, David R. Andelman, Joseph A. Califano Jr., Charles K. Gifford, Leonard Goldberg, Arnold Kopelson
    CBS USA Board Members
    USA
    NOTE: ALL Resigned

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Executive Orders

Executive Order Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuse or Corruption
Law & Justice

Issued on: December 21, 2017 [4]

By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) (NEA), the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act (Public Law 114-328) (the “Act”), section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (8 U.S.C. 1182(f)) (INA), and section 301 of title 3, United States Code,

I, DONALD J. TRUMP, President of the United States of America, find that the prevalence and severity of human rights abuse and corruption that have their source, in whole or in substantial part, outside the United States, such as those committed or directed by persons listed in the Annex to this order, have reached such scope and gravity that they threaten the stability of international political and economic systems. Human rights abuse and corruption undermine the values that form an essential foundation of stable, secure, and functioning societies; have devastating impacts on individuals; weaken democratic institutions; degrade the rule of law; perpetuate violent conflicts; facilitate the activities of dangerous persons; and undermine economic markets. The United States seeks to impose tangible and significant consequences on those who commit serious human rights abuse or engage in corruption, as well as to protect the financial system of the United States from abuse by these same persons.

I therefore determine that serious human rights abuse and corruption around the world constitute an unusual and extraordinary threat to the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States, and I hereby declare a national emergency to deal with that threat.

SOURCE:

[1] Tony Modugno

[2] Resignation.Info (All graphics courtesy of Resignation.Info as of 9/16/18)

[3] Google Doc of Resignations Compiled with sources etc.

[4] White House.gov Executive Order