A Starbucks executive was one of 25 people appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the newly formed White House Council for Community Solutions. Paula Boggs, Starbucks' executive vice president, general counsel and secretary, joins a group of people selected from the nonprofit, business and government sectors to solve specific community needs. Boggs also serves as secretary of the Starbucks Foundation and is Washington state’s delegate to the American Bar Association’s ...

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