David L. Boren
Politician and college president
Age in 2017: 75
Stocks to watch when David L. Boren is in the news:
Torchmark Corporation (TMK),
Continental Resources Inc. (CLR)
Areas of interest:
politics & government,
Political office: Boren served in the U.S. Senate as a Democrat from OK.
Personal social network: Much of Boren's Muckety comes from political, government and academic connections. He has direct links to three Fortune 1000 companies.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Boren has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
David L. Boren personal relations:
Hoyt Axton (deceased) - cousin
Mae Boren Axton (deceased) - nephew
Carrie Boren - son
Daniel D. Boren - son
Lyle H. Boren (deceased) - son
Other current David L. Boren relationships:
Bloomberg Family Foundation - director
Bretton Woods Committee - member
Continental Resources Inc. - director
Council on Foreign Relations - member
Everytown for Gun Safety - advisory board member
Hiland Partners - director
Torchmark Corporation - director
University of Oklahoma - president
David L. Boren past relationships:
American Airlines Group Inc. - director
Denise A. Bode - legal counsel
Janna Little Boren (deceased) - spouse
Ernest J. Istook Jr. - legal counsel
Oklahoma state government - governor
Oxford University - Rhodes scholar
President's Intelligence Advisory Board - co-chairman
Skull and Bones - member
George J. Tenet - mentor
Texas Instruments Inc. - director
U.S. Senate - former senators - B - senator
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Securities and Exchange Commission;
The Dark Side, by Jane Mayer;
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Muckety news stories featuring David L. Boren
Not since Maria Shriver became first lady of California has there been such a prominent politically mixed marriage.
August 12, 2012
Rhodes scholarships aren't the only measure of intelligence, certainly. Still, the program has its standards, and American alumni provide evidence that smarts might actually matter.
March 4, 2011
College presidents and members of Congress have a lot in common, particularly when it comes to public relations and fundraising abilities.
August 26, 2010