Juanita Duggan, the founder of CLARIFYD, died. Let’s look at how CLARIFYD Founder Juanita Duggan died and what caused her death in detail.
How did Juanita Duggan Die?
Juanita Duggan died just a few weeks ago. The heartbreaking news was shared on Facebook by Juanita’s friend Shelby Joy Scarbrough shared the tragic information on Facebook. It read, “FB prompt usually says: “What’s on your mind?” Well, I’ve been thinking much about Juanita Duggan the last few days.” “Unbelievably, Juanita died earlier this week.” The cause of death for Juanita Duggan has not yet been revealed. There is no information about Juanita Duggan’s cause of death.
Who is Juanita Duggan?
Juanita Duggan has spent the last 40 years working as a media spokesperson in advocacy, public policy, lobbying, regulation, politics, and elections. While attending Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service. She is fluent in French and can read, write, and speak it. Juanita was 28 years old when she was asked to manage President Reagan’s Domestic Policy Council in the White House. She also served President Bush as the Director of Cabinet Affairs. She began her official career as a professional staff member for two Senate Committees: the Labor and Human Resources Committee and the Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism.
CEO of NFIB and CLARIFYD:
Juanita was the founder and CEO of CLARIFYD, a consulting firm that provides clients facing complex policy issues with explanations and solutions. She was also a member of the Poligage Inc. advisory council. Poligage was the first on-demand marketplace for government relations and public policy expertise. Juanita was most recently the CEO of NFIB, the nation’s foremost advocacy organization for small and independent businesses, with a $100 million annual revenue association. She is most recognized for securing the $414 billion Small Business Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017’s Section 199A Small Business Tax Deduction. NFIB won numerous triumphs in Congress, the states, regulatory agencies, and the courts under her leadership.
Official Election Monitor:
Juanita worked as an official election observer for the International Republican Institute during the historic 2000 Mexican election, which saw Vicente Fox of the opposition PAN party win, ending the Institutional Revolutionary Party’s 71-year control. She was also a member of Poligage’s advisory group. Poligage was the first online marketplace for government professionals and services.
Condolences to Juanita Duggan:
Many people offered their heartfelt condolences to her family. “Wishing you peace,” Caryn Kopp said. “It was very startling and devastatingly sad to hear this news today,” Anita McBride said. Losing our favourites is one of the most challenging things someone can go through in life. Any journey must finish with a destination. The person’s time on Earth has sadly ended now that they have died. We wish her eternal rest and express our condolences and prayers to her family and friends. May she find peace. “I am extremely sorry and horrified to hear this,” Johng Gardner said. “Stunning,” said Frank Donatelli. This is incredibly sad.”