Carolyn Malenick

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Carolyn S. Malenick is the sole owner of Triad Management Services, Inc. "According to Malenick’s public statements, she personally conceived the idea for Triad and started the business from her home, most likely in 1995. The stated purpose of Triad is to provide advice to maximize the effectiveness of contributions from conservatives."[1]


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Malenick is "a graduate of Jerry Falwell's Liberty University, and press reports have indicated that she has remained personally close to Falwell and his family. Malenick appears to have spent her entire professional career in conservative Republican politics, primarily in the fundraising arena. Malenick initially worked for the 'conservative direct mail king' Richard Viguerie. Subsequently, she raised funds for Oliver North's Freedom Alliance, a nonprofit organization founded by North in the wake of the Iran-Contra scandal that has been criticized for raising millions of dollars in undisclosed funding for North's political activities. Malenick went on to raise funds for North’s losing 1994 bid for U.S. Senate. Malenick is also a member of the Council for National Policy, an organization of ultra-conservative political activists who work to further their agenda within the Republican Party."[2]

In 2002, Malenick was president of National Capital Strategies, Inc. (2002)[3]

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References

  1. "Role of Nonprofit Groups in the 1996 Elections," Part 2, Independent Groups: Chapter 12: "Triad," Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, undated.
  2. "Role of Nonprofit Groups in the 1996 Elections," Part 2, Independent Groups: Chapter 12: "Triad," Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs, undated.
  3. More on Newdow v. U.S. Congress," IIDB.org, December 2002.

Resources

  • C. Lewis, "The Buying of the President 2000."

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