This is one of those trails where the websites lead you round and round in circles , so you know that you're dealing, or at least highly suspect, you're dealing with the deep state..
Let's start at the beginning, with Wayfair : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wayfair
Wayfair Inc. is an American e-commerce company that sells furniture and home-goods. Formerly known as CSN Stores, the company was founded in 2002.
CSN Stores Raises $165 Million "First Round" to Expedite Expansion & Bolster Branding
CSN Stores (www.csnstores.com), one of the largest online retailers of housewares and home furnishings in the U.S., announced today that it has raised $165 million in funding from four investment firms to increase its ongoing expansion ..CSN's new team of investors include Battery Ventures, Great Hill Partners, HarbourVest Partners, and Spark Capital, well-known venture capital and private equity firms that have supported Groupon, Twitter, Akamai, Angie's List, IGN Entertainment, Tumblr and BuscaPe among others.
When I ggogle CSN stores I got this link : https://www.kidco.com/locations/csnstores-com/
Store name: CSNSTORES.COM
Address: 4 COPLEY PLACE STE 700 BOSTON MA 02116-6513 USA
And their url link redirects to kidco.com
Kidco and Wayfair are part of the same organisation it seems.. they definitely work together https://www.wayfair.com/brand/bnd/kidco-b1232.html?piid=11282560
It's not possible to find who is involved with the company from the kidco.com website. Ken Kaiser is the CEO:
Ken Kaiser founded KidCo in 1992. A pioneering company in child safety gates, KidCo is also a long-time leader in home safety products, like cabinet locks/latches, and in recent years, it has introduced a number of travel products for children. I interviewed Ken and his son Dan, who is KidCo’s Vice President & General Manager. Though Ken contributed the lion’s share, don’t miss Dan’s interesting reflections about the future of the company at the end of the interview.
Ken Kaiser's resume doesn't give away anything else about himself : http://archive.is/wip/2Cu92
2009 article: https://www.earnshaws.com/news/kidco-names-new-president/
Libertyville, Ill.-based juvenile product manfacturer KidCo has promoted Mark Greenwood to president. He replaces Ken Kaiser, owner of KidCo, who will remain sole owner and chairman of the board.
Greenwood, who founded the juvenile products company Children on the Go in 1985 and sold it in ’98, joined KidCo in 2007 after acting as a consultant for the juvenile, pet and housewares industries.
Kaiser, who sits on the board of ABC and is treasurer of the ABC Executive Committee, plans to pursue other business interests and increase his charity and volunteer work.
Son Dan Kaiser is also a real estate agent it seems: http://archive.is/wip/MOkIU
Dan Kaiser Homes, broker with RE/MAX Surburban
Under philanthropy, Kidco supports March of Dimes: https://www.kidco.com/about-us/philanthropy/
The organization was founded by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938, as the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, to combat polio. The name "March of Dimes" was coined by Eddie Cantor. After funding Jonas Salk's polio vaccine, the organization expanded its focus to the prevention of birth defects and infant mortality. In 2005, as preterm birth emerged as the leading cause of death for children worldwide, research and prevention of premature birth became the organization's primary focus.
..Following widespread use of the polio vaccine, the organization was faced with disbanding or steering its resources toward a new mission. Basil O'Connor, then the organization's president, directed his staff to identify strengths and weaknesses and reformulate its mission. The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (NFIP) shortened its name to the National Foundation (NF) in 1958 and launched its "Expanded Program" against birth defects, arthritis, and virus diseases, seeking to become a "flexible force" in the field of public health. In the mid-1960s, the organization focused its efforts on prevention of birth defects and infant mortality, which became its mission.
..In 2003, the March of Dimes began releasing an annual, state-by-state report card on each state's adoption of expanded newborn screening recommended by the American College of Medical Genetics. March of Dimes president Jennifer L. Howse, Ph.D. has stated that this program is intended to inform parents of the tests available in their state, enabling those with affected babies to pursue early treatment.
In 2009, the March of Dimes partnered with the Department of Reproductive Health and Research of the World Health Organization (RHR/WHO) to publish a white paper on the global and regional toll of preterm birth worldwide.
From the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) website: Jennifer Howse https://www.kff.org/person/jennifer-l-howse/
Dr. Howse joined the March of Dimes as Executive Director of the Greater New York Chapter. Prior to that, Dr. Howse held a number of top public service positions in health related organizations, including State Commissioner for Mental Retardation in Pennsylvania, Associate Commissioner of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities for New York State, and Executive Director of the Federal Court Appointed Willowbrook Review Panel.
Dr. Howse holds a Ph.D. in psycholinguistics from Florida State University. She serves on the Board of The Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, the Kaiser Commission on Medicaid and the Uninsured, the National Health Council, and the James Beard Foundation. She has served on national advisory committees for the Secretary of Health and Human Services, including the Committee on Genetic Diseases in Newborns. Dr. Howse is an Honorary Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Notice the Kaiser name again.. are Ken and Dan part of this family? I don't know, yet.
The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, or just Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), is an American non-profit organization, headquartered in San Francisco, California. It focuses on major health care issues facing the nation, as well as U.S. role in global health policy... KFF worked with UNAIDS in 2004 to launch the Global Media AIDS Initiative at the United Nations to mobilize media in response to the global AIDS pandemic. Large-scale regional media coalitions operated under auspices of the GMAI, including efforts in Africa, the Caribbean, the Asia-Pacific region, Eastern Europe and now developing Central and South America.
Under Greater Than AIDS – a national public information response to the U.S. epidemic launched in 2009 – KFF works with a broad cross section of public and private partners to increase knowledge, reduce stigma and promote actions to stem the spread of HIV. While national in scope, Greater Than AIDS focuses on communities most affected.
By 1985, the foundation no longer had an ownership stake in the Kaiser companies and is no longer associated with Kaiser Permanente or Kaiser Industries. KFF is now an independent national organization and one family member, selected by the Board, serves on the Board of Directors of KFF.
The Kaiser Family Foundation previously funded professorial chairs at UC Berkeley, Stanford University, Harvard University, and Johns Hopkins University, named the Henry J. Kaiser Professorships.
Notable members of the board of trustees
Jim Doyle, former Governor of Wisconsin
Charles Gibson, former anchor of ABC World News
Kathleen Sebelius, former United States Secretary of Health and Human Services
Olympia Snowe, former United States Senator
Criticism and controversy:
Animal rights organizations have raised concerns about March of Dimes-funded medical research involving animals. The foundation states it supports the use of non-animal research alternatives wherever possible.
In his book Essentials of Sociology: A Down-to-Earth Approach, sociologist Professor James M. Henslin describes March of Dimes as a bureaucracy that has taken on a life of its own through a classic example of a process called goal displacement. Faced with redundancy after Jonas Salk discovered the polio vaccine, it adopted a new mission, "fighting birth defects", which was recently changed to a vaguer goal of "breakthrough for babies", rather than disbanding.
So, we have Charles Gibson, former anchor of ABC World News.. Ken Kaiser of Kidco and the ABC Expo http://www.theabcshow.com/aboutabc.asp
ABC Kids Expo (All Baby & Child), founded in March, 2003, is a partnership of juvenile industry manufacturers and retailers organized for the purpose of promoting the children's products industry.
Treasurer: Ken Kaiser
President: Larry Schur , All Baby & Child, Inc. http://archive.is/wip/6Oy73