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Kathryn S. Fuller

AKA Kathryn Scott Fuller

Born: c. 1946

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Occupation: Administrator

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: World Wildlife Fund CEO, 1989-2005

    University: BA English & American Literature, Brown University (1968)
    Scholar: Marine, Estuarine & Environmental Science, University of Maryland
    Law School: JD, University of Texas (1976)
    Administrator: Trustee, Brown University
    Administrator: Board of Overseers, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University

    World Wildlife Fund President & CEO (1989-2005)
    World Wildlife Fund EVP & General Counsel (-1989)
    World Wildlife Fund Director, Wildlife Trade Monitoring Program (1982-)
    US Justice Department Chief, Wildlife & Marine Resources Section (1981-82)
    Office of Legal Counsel (late 1970s)
    Vinson & Elkins Clerk (past)
    Dewey Ballantine Clerk (past)
    Law Clerk for the State Attorney General for Austin, TX (1974-76)
    Law Clerk for Chief Judge John V. Singleton, US District Court for the Southern District of Texas
    Member of the Board of Alcoa (2002-)
    World Bank Advisory Group on Environmentally Sustainable Development
    US Official Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations
    District of Columbia Bar
    State Bar of Texas
    Council on Foreign Relations
    Ford Foundation Board of Trustees (1994-, as Chairman 2004-)
    International Council of Environmental Law
    King Mahendra Trust for Nature Conservation, Nepal
    Mexican Nature Conservation Fund
    Resources for the Future Trustee
    Student Conservation Association Board of Directors
    Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Public Policy Scholar (2005)


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