John Engler is the Former Governor of Michigan. Engler has strong ties to the Bioport Corporation.
According to the February 2003 article "3500 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd" by Tom Suber:
- "... George Herbert Walker Bush and company already owned Michigan Republican Governor John Engler. Governor Engler was persuaded by his cronies to sell off the state's biologic products lab after nearly a century of service to the citizens. The Governor removed the biologic lab from the Department of Public Health established it as a new state agency, the Michigan Biologics Products Institute. This new agency was limited to a two-year term of existence. This action, along with the creation of a three-person commission (Michigan Biologics Products Commission) was the beginning of the privatization of Michigan's vaccine facility by Fuad El-Hibri. Governor Engler gave the most respectable and profitable agency in Michigan government to Fuad El-Hibri without any individual investment whatsoever. The new owners of the Michigan biologics lab incurred no individual expense, made no investments, and did not owe any individual promissory notes or obligations of any kind for their new lab purchase. Receipt of a $180 million business for absolutely nothing in return. Isn't privatization grand? Isn't it really legalized theft. See the testimony that Fuad El-Hibri, President and Chief Executive Officer, BioPort Corporation presented to The Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs, and International Relations of the House Committee on Government Reform, June 30, 1999."
- Co-Chair, National Coalition on Asia and International Education in the Schools 
- Trustee, Annie E. Casey Foundation 
- Director, American Council for Capital Formation 
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- ↑ Overview, National Coalition on Asia and International Education in the Schools, accessed December 24, 2007.
- ↑ Leadership, Annie E. Casey Foundation, accessed April 20, 2010.
- ↑ Directors, American Council for Capital Formation, accessed May 9, 2010.