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Christopher "Kip" Condron, president and chief executive of AXA Financial, was recruited to the American Ireland Fund in the early 1980s at an Ireland Fund dinner in New York.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
18th June, 2005

Christopher "Kip" Condron, president and chief executive of AXA Financial, was recruited to the American Ireland Fund in the early 1980s at an Ireland Fund dinner in New York.

“That was my first exposure,” he said. “A few years later I moved to Boston and became quite involved in the fund there. A lot of people come for the party. Our challenge is to convert them to the mission, which is what the fund is...

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