Georgette Mosbacher

  Female      American      Business Person

  Born : Jan 16, 1947  

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Georgette Mosbacher (born January 16, 1947) is the CEO of Borghese, a cosmetics manufacturer based in New York City, and a fundraiser for the United States Republican Party.

A native on Highland, Indiana, Georgette Mosbacher (née Paulsin) was born on January 16, 1947 to Dorothy (Bell) and George Paulsin. George Paulsin died in an automobile accident when Georgette was 7 years old, leaving her under the care of her mother. She has a brother, George, and two sisters, Melody and Lyn. Mosbacher attended Hammond High School in Highland, Indiana and went on to earn a B.S. in education from Indiana University in 1970. As an undergraduate student, she worked three jobs in order to fund her education.

Since 2000, Mosbacher has served as the chief executive officer of Borghese, a prominent cosmetics manufacturer based in New York City. She has published two books: the semi-autobiography and women’s motivational guide “Feminine Force: Release the Power Within to Create the Life You Deserve” and “It Takes Money Honey: A Get-Smart Guide to Total Financial Freedom.” A former National Chairperson of Community Development for Childhelp USA, Mosbacher contributes to a broad range of nonprofit organizations in the United States. A longtime Republican, Mosbacher serves as the co-chairperson of the Republican National Committee’s Finance Committee. She holds a Doctor of Business Administration Honorary Causa from Bryant College and an honorary doctorate from the International Fine Arts College...

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