Clinton Foundation employees engaged in numerous outside activities that put them at risk for potential conflicts of interest, emails made public by WikiLeaks show.

For example, Chelsea Clinton used her foundation office "to run a business" and another employee used "office space of a donor in [C]hicago."

The list of potential conflicts was included in an email from Doug Band, a former aide to Bill Clinton who helped build the Clinton Foundation before co-founding a consulting firm called Teneo Strategies.

In the Nov. 2011 memo, Band mentioned he was still employed by the Clinton Executive Service Corporation even though he had left the foundation to start Teneo. CESC was used to manage many of the Clintons' affairs, and was used as the vehicle to purchase services for Hillary Clinton's private email server.

Band said Bob Harrison, CEO of the Clinton Global Initiative, "has a ton of [G]oldman [Sachs] stock and makes decisions on [G]oldmans engagement/role in cgi [sic]." Goldman Sachs is a major Clinton Foundation donor.

The Teneo co-founder conceded that it looked "odd" for him to continue raising funds for the Clinton Foundation despite the fact that, on paper, he had left the organization.

"Not sure how to characterize or link the [T]eneo raising millions for the foundation relationship," Band said, suggesting that he and fellow Clinton aide Justin Cooper be made "advisers" to the foundation.

Band cited another foundation executive, Ira Magaziner, as an example of others whose outside ties were more consequential than his own.

"Ira runs [the Clinton Health Access Initiative] and has been doing outside consulting all these years," Band said.

His missive to Cooper and Cheryl Mills, who was then Hillary Clinton's chief of staff at the State Department, came amid tensions between Chelsea Clinton and Band.

The former first daughter had complained to Bill Clinton that foundation donors had approached her with concerns that Teneo employees were using her father's name, without his knowledge or consent, to woo clients.

Band argued he should not be subjected to a review of his own potential conflicts of interest when Bill Clinton, then a paid adviser to Teneo, "is far more conflicted every single day in what he does."

The email was one of more than 20,000 obtained illegally from the inbox of John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chair, and published over a dozen installments by WikiLeaks.

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