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CEO discloses epilepsy

It’s not easy keeping a secret in this town, especially when you play at the level of power that Carol Fulp has reached. But Wednesday night at Fenway Park for the CURE 2012 Boston Benefit, in a room filled with senators, CEOs, and power brokers, one of Boston’s most respected women revealed a secret she’s lived with since she was 7 years old. Fulp has epilepsy.

The CEO and president of The Partnership, Inc., and a former senior vice president at John Hancock Financial, Fulp also served recently as President Obama’s US representative to the 65th session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

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