Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has to figure out how to stay busy these days. Perhaps that is why she recently signed with the William Morris Agency which will represent her as it pertains to future book deals, on the lecture circuit, business opportunities involving classical music and with her philanthropic endeavors, according to Reuters.com.
"It was certainly a competitive situation," Jim Wiatt, chairman and CEO of the William Morris Agency told Reuters.com. "She was very thorough about the process and who she would feel most comfortable with and who would be speaking on her behalf."-WLW