Chip (John Mulaney) and Dale (Andy Samberg) were childhood pals who achieved some success on the show “Chip ‘n Dale.” But now the two are estranged.
Both have left their rescue-ranger days behind them, living peaceful lives in Los Angeles. But when a cheese-obsessed former colleague is kidnapped, they’re brought together to save him.
Early Life and Education
Chip Kahn has dedicated much of his career to improving access to medical care and advancing health policy. As President and CEO of the Federation of American Hospitals since June 2001, he brings his extensive expertise, leadership abilities, and long-standing Capitol Hill experience to bear in this important role.
Johns was raised in Prince Edward County, Virginia – a rural community that had largely avoided the national movement against segregated public schools. She attended Moton School – an all-Black public high school.
Johns’ social standing allowed her to witness the racial disparities in the school. By 1951, she had already begun organizing students for a student walkout.
She then reached out to Robinson and Hill, the attorneys handling the school desegregation case. Their initial reaction wasn’t positive, but subsequent meetings convinced them that students were serious about pursuing legal action.
Chip has achieved great success in a range of fields throughout his professional life. Currently, he serves as President and CEO of Butler Automatic, a family-owned manufacturer of automatic splicing machines used primarily in the packaging industry.
He founded and built Vanguard Sailboats, a manufacturer of high performance sailboats, from scratch to industry leader through new product development and organic growth. Additionally, he managed the cultural and financial turnaround of a machine manufacturing company and provided advice to several established or start up enterprises.
Chip is an accomplished health policy specialist with considerable experience on Capitol Hill and a well-deserved reputation for excellence in both his professional and civic lives. In 2016, he was honored with the prestigious B’nai B’rith National Health Care Award recognizing exceptional trailblazers who have made significant contributions to healthcare.
Achievements and Honors
Chip has achieved remarkable professional success, which has been acknowledged by his clients and peers alike. His practice primarily encompasses business and corporate law, mergers & acquisitions, as well as public and private securities law.
He has extensive expertise in tax and legal issues pertaining to a wide variety of industries. Furthermore, he has penned numerous legal articles and been an active lecturer on business law topics.
He is an active member of both the California State Bar and American Bar Association, having held various leadership roles such as Chair of ABA Business Law Section from 2014-2015.
Chip was raised in a small town of New Hampshire and enjoyed working with his hands. He became active within the community, serving on boards for several businesses and organizations.
He enjoyed boating with his wife Cindy. Together they explored Gloucester, Salem, Marblehead and Kennebunk on their adventures.
Chip enjoyed reading, listening to music and playing tennis when not working. He was also known for his culinary prowess – something which many attest to!
He quickly made a name for himself as an accomplished author, with his debut book The Magnolia Story topping both New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller lists. In 2017, he released No Pain, No Gaines which also proved popular. Nowadays he enjoys great success both professionally and personally as husband and father to two beautiful children.
Chip Johns is a singer-songwriter best known for his hit single, “Oopsy Daisy.” He began performing and writing at an early age, honing his craft until it led him to success today.
After his success in the music industry, he ventured out and invested in numerous other entrepreneurial endeavors. Additionally, he is a philanthropist, contributing money to several causes.
His personal wealth is estimated to be $18.5 million as of 2023, having accrued through his career as an automotive engineer, fabricator and hot rod shop owner.
Joanna and he own several businesses in Waco, Texas: Magnolia Homes, Magnolia Realty, Magnolia Market, Hearth & Hand for Target and their Silos Baking Co.