For example, the former Chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard has been a Senior Adviser at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
Among other things, she was tapped to be a member of CSIS's Executive Council on Development. Earlier this year she gave a speech at CSIS for the "Smart Women, Smart Power" initiative. In 2013 she gave a speech at the think tank at a forum on innovation for government effectiveness.
Of course, CSIS is not the only think tank that Carly Fiorina has a connection to. Earlier this year, Fiorina gave a keynote address at the annual dinner of the conservative think tank Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI).
Ms. Fiorina was also the Chair of the Board of Directors of Technology Policy Institute (TPI), a Washington, DC-based think tank focusing on the economics of innovation and technological change.
Following are a few things that other think tanks have put said about Fiorina:
- Here is what the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has put together on the foreign policy positions of Carly Fiorina.
- Marc Thiessen of American Enterprise Institute (AEI) writes how Carly Fiorina is on the rise.
- The Heritage Foundation said earlier this year that no other potential 2016 GOP candidate was tougher on Hillary Clinton than Carly Fiorina at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
- Brookings Institution scholar John Hudak has said that Fiorina probably has more potential as a vice presidential candidate, and could possibly be tapped as Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
Think Tank Watch prediction: After yesterday's performance, don't be surprised if Fiorina starts making her way around the think tank circuit more regularly.