Nuestro equipo

Equipo directivo

Paula J. Ehrlich, DVM, PhD, is President & CEO of the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation, whose mission is to reimagine the way we care for our planet through actionable scientific research that supports communities in their stewardship of biodiversity. 

Dr. Ehrlich is also co-Founder of the Half-Earth Project and has led the development of the Half-Earth Project Map, a global, spatially-explicit, and taxonomically comprehensive map of species, which informs how well conserved places are protecting species and identifies priorities for future conservation. She is founder of Half-Earth Day, which brings together world-wide participants from across disciplines to share perspectives and thought leadership on how to achieve Half-Earth and ensure the health of our planet for future generations.

La Dra. Ehrlich cuenta con más de 30 años de experiencia en investigación y gestión científica estratégica, así como en liderazgo académico, empresarial y de organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro. Su trabajo actual encarna las esperanzas del mayor naturalista de nuestro tiempo, E.O. Wilson.

Walter Jetz, MSc, PhD is a Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Adjunct Professor in the School of Forestry and the Environment at Yale University. Dr. Jetz is Director of the Yale Center for Biodiversity and Global Change, which links scientists, students and practitioners engaged in the environment, biological, informatics, policy or health aspects and implications of global biodiversity change. Dr. Jetz leads the Map of Life at Yale University, which utilizes geospatial species distribution data and analytics to guide where we have the best opportunity to conserve the most species.

Dr. Jetz’ work addresses patterns and mechanisms of changing biodiversity distribution and the resulting implications on conservation and environmental management. His research combines remote sensing, phylogenetic, functional, and spatiotemporal biodiversity data with new modeling approaches and informatics tools. Dr. Jetz is particularly interested in how environmental, ecological, and macroevolutionary mechanisms combine to determine the co-occurrence of species and the structure of species assemblages.

In addition to his work at Yale, Dr. Jetz chairs the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) Task Group on Biodiversity Indicators and is Co-Lead of the GEO BON Working Group on Species Distributions. Dr. Jetz was previously a professor of biological sciences at the University of California San Diego. Dr. Jetz earned his MSc in Integrative Bioscience and PhD in Zoology from the University of Oxford.

Lorri Paro, MBA, is a Carolinas CFO Partner with TechCXO LLC, a national fractional C-Suite contracting firm based in Atlanta, GA. Lorri brings more than 30 years of financial and operational leadership with a proven track record of execution, having served as CFO in R&D, manufacturing, service, and not-for-profit companies. Lorri provides immediate value to companies through strategic business plan development, process streamlining, and cash flow optimization. Client companies are frequently long-term engagements managing finance, tax, cash, business valuation, budgeting, modeling, audit, and government compliance. Additionally, Lorri has collaborative experience with many areas of business operations including H/R, supply chain, contracts, and sales. Lorri also has unique and extensive experience with federal funding (i.e., government agency contracts and grants).

Prior to her work as a consultant, Lori worked in industry finance roles for ~15 years in the areas of manufacturing, professional services, and medical devices. In 2019, Lorri also co-founded a drug-development company that is developing science against certain diseases with significant unmet medical needs, such as ALS and Parkinson’s Disease.

Lorri holds an MBA and BA from the Jenkins Program at North Carolina State University, and is a North Carolina Certified Public Accountant.

Brooks Bonner

Brooks Bonner serves as the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation’s Program Director, collaborating with scientists, scholars, and communities working around the globe to advance biodiversity science. His work centers on amplifying the reach and utilization of the Foundation’s Half-Earth Project Map and related products.

Brooks worked as the Director of Community Engagement for the Organization for Tropical Studies (OTS), an organization that E.O. Wilson helped found. In this role, he led the processes to develop and implement strategies for effectively engaging three stakeholder groups– Science Pioneers, Science Participants, and Science Stewards–at local, national, and global scales. At OTS, he also led the management of undergraduate, field-based study abroad programs in Costa Rica and South Africa, and helped to streamline management of Faculty-Led Academic Groups. Brooks also previously worked with Nature & Culture International in the Peruvian Amazon region of Loreto, contributing to the first co-managed regional conservation network established in Peru.

Brooks has a MA in International Environmental Policy from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, and is a graduate of San Francisco State University, where he pursued a B.A. in Intercultural Speech Communication.

Amy Tidovsky, leads fundraising in support of the foundation’s mission, strategies and projects.

Antes de ocupar su puesto actual, Amy trabajó más de 20 años en The Nature Conservancy (TNC), donde, en puestos a nivel estatal, nacional y mundial, adquirió una gran experiencia en la recaudación de fondos para donaciones importantes y principales, campañas de capital, desarrollo de juntas directivas, formación y asesoramiento en filantropía, y liderazgo y gestión de organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro. Más recientemente, Amy ocupó el cargo de Directora Regional de Desarrollo para Norteamérica de TNC. Entre los aspectos más destacados de su carrera se incluyen la obtención de apoyo filantrópico para un canje de deuda por naturaleza entre EE. UU. e Indonesia, un desafío climático de MacArthur para promover la política climática y energética en los 50 estados y el establecimiento de una red de ciudades de Norteamérica centrada en la equidad social. En este puesto, también creó un consejo de liderazgo voluntario para TNC en Norteamérica.

Amy también ha trabajado como reportera en Colorado y como redactora en la Oficina de Relaciones Públicas de la Universidad Estatal de Luisiana. Es máster en Literatura Comparada y en Periodismo y licenciada en Literatura Inglesa por la LSU.

Dennis Liu, PhD, is an internationally recognized expert in science education. Dr. Liu directed the production of educational media at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and before that with Video Discovery and Microsoft. He’s worked with scientists, education specialists, graphic designers, animators, and filmmakers to produce an array of educational products that have had a lasting impact on science education. Dr. Liu has managed cross-disciplinary teams devoted to assessing and assuring the educational impact of media products, including professional development and community building. He’s been an executive producer and editorial advisor on over a dozen film projects for theater, broadcast television, large screen, and digital science programs aimed at educational audiences and the general public.

Dennis studied zoology at the University of Wisconsin, earned a PhD in Biology from the University of Oregon, and then conducted research and taught in the Department of Genetics at the University of Washington. He has a passion for explaining diverse science to diverse audiences, and has advised on numerous museum exhibits and media projects. He wrote a longtime feature for the journal Life Sciences Education.

Bill Finch works with the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation and the Half-Earth Project to address conservation issues throughout the southeastern United States, including creation of a Mobile-Tensaw Delta national park unit in Alabama. Bill is founding director of Paint Rock Forest Research Center located within one of the most biologically diverse forests in North America, and founding partner of the Alabama River Diversity Network working toward the establishment of a Black Belt National Heritage Area Act.

Bill fue Director de Conservación de The Nature Conservancy en Alabama, Director de los Jardines Botánicos de Mobile y redactor jefe del Mobile Press-Register. Bill ha recibido numerosos premios regionales y nacionales por sus escritos sobre conservación y medio ambiente y es autor de Longleaf, hasta donde alcanza la vista.

Piotr Naskrecki, PhD, is an entomologist, conservation biologist, author, and photographer, based at the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard University. He currently directs the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Laboratory at Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique where he trains a new cadre of Mozambican biologists and conservationists, and helps rebuild the park, which suffered during the recent civil war in that country. Dr. Naskrecki created and administers the Half-Earth Project Fellowship in Taxonomy and Biodiversity Exploration which has several graduates working throughout the African continent. His scientific interests focus on the evolution of communication and sound production in insects and other animals, and the phylogenetic reconstruction of insect relationships. He is the author of over 50 scientific, peer-reviewed papers and book chapters.

Los populares escritos y fotografías del Dr. Naskrecki captan tanto la belleza como las funciones vitales de los insectos, a menudo miembros de importancia crítica en los ecosistemas del planeta. Es uno de los miembros fundadores de la Liga Internacional de Fotógrafos de Conservación y sus fotografías y escritos sobre la naturaleza se han publicado en numerosas publicaciones nacionales e internacionales, entre ellas The Smithsonian Magazine, Natural History, National Wildlife, National Geographic, BBC Wildlife Magazine, BBC Knowledge, Terre Sauvage, Time magazineRanger Ricky muchas otras. Es autor de La pequeña mayoría, Una ventana a la eternidad con E.O. Wilson, Reliquiasy su título más reciente, Reino ocultoque muestra la diversa fauna de insectos de Costa Rica.

Consejo de Administración

David Prend

David J. Prend, MBA, is a Managing General Partner and co-founder of RockPort Capital Partners, a Boston- and San Francisco-based venture capital firm focusing on investments in technologies in the energy, mobility, and sustainability sectors.

En la actualidad, David es miembro de los Consejos de Administración de las empresas de cartera de RockPort Achates Power, Enki Technology, Enlighted Inc, Glasspoint Solar, InVisage Technologies y Solar Universe. Además, es Director del Consejo Asesor Nacional del Laboratorio Nacional de Energías Renovables (NREL) del Departamento de Energía, donde también es Presidente del Panel de Revisión de Tecnología Solar. David fue miembro del Consejo de Administración de la Asociación Nacional de Capital Riesgo de 2007 a 2011.

David empezó su carrera en la industria energética como ingeniero en Bechtel, donde trabajó en el área de tecnologías energéticas avanzadas. De 1984 a 1987, trabajó en Amoco en el Departamento de Tesorería y en las filiales químicas y de exploración y producción de petróleo y gas. Posteriormente se incorporó a Shearson Lehman en su Grupo de Banca de Inversión en Recursos Naturales, donde asesoró a empresas de los sectores de la energía, la minería y los productos forestales. En 1990, se incorporó a Salomon Brothers, donde fue ascendido a Director General y dirigió el Grupo de Banca de Inversión en Energía Global. En 1998, el Sr. Prend cofundó RockPort Partners, un banco de negocios especializado en los sectores energético y medioambiental, y en 2000 cofundó Rockport Capital Partners.

David se licenció en Ingeniería Civil por la Universidad de California en Berkeley y obtuvo un MBA en la Harvard Business School.

Marcia Angle

Marcia Angle es una defensora del medio ambiente y médico de medicina preventiva, que ha publicado y trabajado en el ámbito de la salud reproductiva internacional. Marcia fue directora médica de IntraHealth, centrándose en el África subsahariana durante dos décadas. En Carolina del Norte, fue Directora Médica del Departamento de Salud del Condado de Orange y enseñó epidemiología ambiental en la Escuela de Medio Ambiente de la Universidad de Duke. La Dra. Angle es licenciada por la Universidad de Harvard, doctora en Medicina por la Universidad de Duke y doctora en Salud Pública por la Escuela Gillings de Salud Pública Mundial de la UNC en Chapel Hill, Carolina del Norte. 

Dr. Angle currently serves on the Board of Directors of four non-profit organizations: E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation, Nature and Culture International, Rachel’s Network, and the Southern Environmental Law Center. She also serves on four Advisory Councils: Duke University’s Superfund Research Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Gillings School of Global Public Health, The North Carolina Conservation Network, and Reserva La Esperanza.

Mark Burget

Mark Burget, JD, MBA, es el socio gerente de Tumalo Creek Partners, LLC, una asociación impulsada por una misión y dedicada a apoyar el futuro de la vida. Mark también es Vicepresidente de Iniciativas Estratégicas en Re:wild.

Durante 25 años, Mark trabajó para The Nature Conservancy, entre otros cargos como Director de Programas de Conservación, Director Gerente para Norteamérica, Director para California y Director para Colorado. Mark también fue Presidente y Director de Operaciones de la Fundación ClimateWorks, una red filantrópica mundial de más de 1.000 millones de dólares centrada en la política energética y de uso del suelo.

Mark es Doctor en Derecho y Máster en Administración de Empresas por la Universidad de Virginia y Licenciado en Gobierno por el Dartmouth College. Mark ha formado parte de numerosos consejos, los más recientes de los cuales son los de la Fundación de la Energía (EE.UU. y China) y Allotrope Partners. También ha formado parte de los consejos de la European Climate Foundation, el International Council on Clean Transportation, la Climate and Land Use Alliance, el Institute for Industrial Productivity y Bio-Logical Capital, LLC.

Lee Ann Daly

Lee Ann Daly es una ejecutiva estadounidense de marketing y medios de comunicación reconocida en todo el mundo. Proporciona asesoramiento estratégico, transmediático y creativo, así como planes de acción, a una amplia gama de empresas privadas y públicas, tanto en fase inicial como consolidadas. En ESPN, Reuters y Thomson Reuters Markets fue miembro del comité ejecutivo, ocupando los cargos de Vicepresidenta Ejecutiva y Directora de Marketing, y dirigiendo equipos globales de marketing y comunicación.

Fue Presidenta para Norteamérica de The Talent Business, una empresa británica de búsqueda de ejecutivos. Es miembro del Consejo Asesor del Decano de la Media School de la Universidad de Indiana, donde se licenció en Periodismo. Es Distinguished Alumni Fellow de la Kelley School of Business de Indiana y se graduó en el Instituto Culinario Francés y en la Universidad de Santa Mónica. 

Ha sido miembro de la junta directiva de Avenues For Justice en Nueva York, Presidenta y Presidenta de la Junta Directiva de The American Marketing Association y es asesora especial del fundador de MFK: Haití. Vive en Los Ángeles con su marido y sus hijos.

Stephen Lockhart

Stephen Lockhart, MD, PhD, ha sido recientemente Director Médico de Sutter Health, con sede en el norte de California, un sistema sanitario sin ánimo de lucro que atiende a tres millones de pacientes, es decir, a uno de cada 100 estadounidenses. Luke's del California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) de Sutter, y director médico-administrativo de los servicios quirúrgicos del CPMC.

Su pasión por los resultados de salud equitativos ha impulsado sus esfuerzos de liderazgo para proporcionar una atención equitativa en todo el sistema de Sutter, lo que resultó en el diseño e implementación de un programa de equidad en salud y el Índice de Equidad en Salud (IES) en todo Sutter en 2017. Utilizando un enfoque similar al de la medicina de precisión, el HEI proporciona a Sutter una comprensión más profunda de los resultados de salud entre las diferentes poblaciones de pacientes.

En 2017, Stephen fue nombrado miembro del Comité Asesor del Gobernador Brown sobre Medicina de Precisión como parte del esfuerzo continuo de California por utilizar la informática y la tecnología avanzadas para comprender, tratar y prevenir mejor las enfermedades.

A Rhodes Scholar, Stephen earned his Master’s in economics at Oxford University, and received his MD and PhD degrees from Cornell University. He is a board-certified anesthesiologist. An avid climber and backpacker, Stephen has a long-standing passion for providing environmental science education and introducing the U.S. National Parks to an increasingly diverse population of people. He serves on the boards of the ECRI Institute, REI, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and is chairman of Parks California – a new statewide nonprofit dedicated to supporting California’s parks and public lands.

Dinesh Nandan

Dinesh Nandan is an experienced corporate attorney who advises on various legal issues ranging from corporate, governance, regulatory and contract matters. Dinesh spent the first decade of his career as corporate in-house counsel for Providian Financial, a consumer bank headquartered in San Francisco. He then joined Education Finance Partners, a startup focused on private student loans, as General Counsel and Secretary. He later became founding executive of Home Value Protection, Inc., a Kleiner Perkins-financed company which developed and sold insurance to secure home values against market decline. Most recently, Dinesh served as General Counsel and Secretary of Humu, Inc., a human resources startup co-founded by a friend and former Googler.

Dinesh studied Microbiology and History at U.C. Berkeley (A.B. 1990), lived in Beijing, China where he worked as a university lecturer, and completed a law degree at the University of San Francisco (J.D. 1996). During his time at the University of San Francisco, Dinesh worked at the Asia Foundation in Phnom Penh, Cambodia supporting their democracy-building initiatives with the newly elected democratic government.

Paul Simon

During his distinguished career spanning six decades, musician and songwriter, Paul Simon, has produced timeless masterpieces, such as Bridge Over Troubled Water, Still Crazy After All These Years, and Graceland, all of which garnered GRAMMY Album of the Year. Mr. Simon was awarded the inaugural Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, which recognizes the profound and positive effect of popular music on the world’s culture. 

Mr. Simon is also a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, and, in 2006, was named one of Time magazine’s “100 People Who Shape Our World.” In Junio 2017, net proceeds from Mr. Simon’s month-long U.S. concert tour were donated to benefit the Half-Earth Project, an initiative of the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation.

Charles Smith

Charles Smith is a serial entrepreneur who has launched four companies and one foundation. He is perhaps best known for developing the royalty-free licensing model for digital images which today accounts for over 95 percent of worldwide image sales. Mr. Smith also co-founded Knowledge Factor, a company that pioneered the Amplifire protocol, which demonstrably accelerates learning and enhances long-term retention. He has served on the Director’s Cabinet at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the world’s oldest and largest organization devoted to understanding the dynamic between land, ocean, and atmosphere. 

Smith currently serves on the board of Nature and Culture International, a position in which he is applying his time and expertise toward the goal of saving remaining biodiversity hotspots on the planet before they disappear forever. To date, Nature and Culture has conserved nine million acres in the most diverse ecosystems of Latin America.

Jorgen Thomsen

Jorgen Thomsen is the Director of Climate Solutions at the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Prior to joining the foundation in 2009, Thomsen spent 14 years with Conservation International as Senior Vice President of the organization’s Conservation Funding Division and as Executive Director of the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, which included leading a $260 million grant making and partnership development facility for civil society organizations in the most biodiversity-rich areas of the world. 

Antes fue director ejecutivo de TRAFFIC, organización que vigila el comercio de recursos naturales, y ocupó cargos en WWF y la UICN, así como en el Ministerio danés de Medio Ambiente. Thomsen es licenciado en zoología y cursó estudios de Derecho en la Universidad de Copenhague, en su Dinamarca natal.

Keith Tuffley

Keith Tuffley is a Vice Chairman and Global Co-Head of the Sustainability & Corporate Transitions Group at Citigroup, leading Citi’s sustainability engagement with its corporate clients. In 2014 until 2017, he was the CEO of The B Team, an NGO composed of 24 CEO’s of global companies, leading entrepreneurs, and civil society leaders, to drive a better way of doing business. He was an active participant in the Paris Climate Agreement process by helping to mobilize CEO’s in support of ambitious climate targets and assisting The B Team companies to make bold “net-zero by 2050” commitments. 

Keith fue Director General, Jefe de Banca de Inversión y Socio de Goldman Sachs en Australia, y también estuvo destinado en Londres como Jefe del grupo de Industriales en toda Europa. Keith es fundador de NEUW Ventures SA, empresa suiza de inversiones de impacto, Presidente de Global Footprint Network, Gobernador de WWF-Australia, Embajador Mundial de Wilderness Foundation Global, Asesor Principal de WILD11 y miembro del Rewilding Europe Circle. Anteriormente fue Director de la Great Barrier Reef Foundation, Bush Heritage Australia y We Mean Business.

Jeff Ubben

Jeffrey W. Ubben, MBA, es fundador, socio gerente y gestor de cartera de Inclusive Capital Partners. El Sr. Ubben es fundador jubilado de ValueAct Capital, donde fue Consejero Delegado, Director de Inversiones y Gestor de Cartera. Antes de fundar ValueAct Capital en 2000, el Sr. Ubben fue Socio Director de Blum Capital Partners durante más de cinco años. El Sr. Ubben es consejero de Enviva Inc, Exxon Mobil Corporation y Fertiglobe plc. Ha sido consejero de The AES Corporation, AppHarvest, Nikola Corporation, presidente y consejero de Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. y consejero de otras empresas públicas y privadas. 

Mr. Ubben serves on the boards of Duke University, the World Wildlife Fund, The Redford Center and the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation, and formerly served as Chair of the National Board of the Posse Foundation for nine years. Mr. Ubben has a BA from Duke University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Dawn Wright

Dawn Wright, MS, PhD, is Chief Scientist of the Environmental Systems Research Institute (aka, Esri), a world-leading geographic information system (GIS), software, and data science company. Core to Esri’s mission is to inspire and enable people to positively impact their future by connecting them with the geoanalytic knowledge needed to make the critical decisions shaping the planet. Hence, Esri believes that geography is at the heart of a more resilient and sustainable future. As Chief Scientist, Dr. Wright is responsible for strengthening the scientific foundation for Esri software and services, while representing Esri to the international scientific community. She also serves on the Half Earth Council and the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation Board of Directors, and is Professor of Geography and Oceanography at Oregon State University where she has been a faculty member since 1995.

A principios de la década de 1990, Dawn fue la primera mujer afrodescendiente que se sumergió en el fondo del océano en el sumergible Alvin. El 12 de julio de 2022 se convirtió en la primera persona de cualquier sexo y de ascendencia africana en sumergirse hasta Challenger Deep, el punto más profundo de la Tierra, y en manejar con éxito un sonar de barrido lateral a toda profundidad oceánica. Esto lo consiguió en el sumergible profundo Limiting Factor.

En abril de 2021, la Dra. Wright fue elegida miembro de la Academia Nacional de Ciencias y de la Academia Estadounidense de las Artes y las Ciencias. Posee un doctorado interdisciplinar individual en Geografía Física y Geología Marina por la UC-Santa Bárbara, un máster en Oceanografía por la Texas A&M y una licenciatura cum laude en Geología por el Wheaton College (Illinois). Sígala en Twitter @deepseadawn.

Other Members

Paula J. Ehrlich, DVM, PhD, Presidenta (Ex-officio)

Lori Paro, Tesorera (Ex-officio)

Paul Sennott, Secretario (Ex-officio)

Consejo de la Media Tierra

Piotr Naskrecki, Parque Nacional de Gorongosa, Cátedra Media Tierra

Gregg Carr, Proyecto de Restauración de Gorongosa

Sean B. Carroll, HHMI 

Laura Turner Seydel, Fundación Turner

Kris Tompkins, Tompkins Conservation

Mathis Wackernagel, Red de la Huella Global

Jeff Sachs, SDSN de la ONU

John Seager, Conexión con la población

Mike Phillips, Fondo de Especies Amenazadas de Turner

Robin Kimmerer, SUNY

Louie Psihoyos, Sociedad de Preservación Oceánica

Sylvia Earle, Misión Azul

Dawn Wright, Esri

Consejo Asesor

Edward O. Wilson, Presidente (1929-2021)

Gretchen Daily, Universidad de Stanford

Sylvia Earle, Misión Azul

Harrison Ford

Carol Greider, Instituto Johns Hopkins de Ciencias Biomédicas Básicas

Eric R. Kandel, Universidad de Columbia

Amory Lovins, Instituto de las Montañas Rocosas

Gregory T. Lucier, NuVasive

James B. McClintock, Universidad de Alabama en Birmingham

Sir Paul Nurse

Stuart L. Pimm, Universidad de Duke

Steven Pinker, Universidad de Harvard

Peter H. Raven

Larry G. Rosenstock, High Tech High

Jeffrey Sachs, Universidad de Columbia

Daniel Schrag, Centro de Medio Ambiente de la Universidad de Harvard

Holden Thorp, Ciencia


The E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation and its Half-Earth Project are grateful for the financial support of the following individuals, corporations and foundations.

Judith Adler
Edith Albritton
Alisann and Terry Collins Foundation
Alexander Anderson
Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin
Ann M. Bragg Fund
Jonathan Arnold
R. David and Kathryn V. Arnold
Todd and Diane Baker
T.A. Barron
Ed Bass
Beardsley Family Foundation
Douglas Bender
Gwendolyn Binder
Bonovich Giving Trust
Heather Bowden
Sheila Brady
Cary Brown
Kathleen Bruch
Lou Caprioglio
Greg Carr
MK Carson
John Culbertson
Christine Curtis
Lee Ann Daly
David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Robin Davis
Anthony and Shauna Doerr
Mac and Sophie Ehrhardt
Gerry Ehrlich
Gwen Emery
Robert Evrén
Samuel Feinsmith and Sarah-Bess Dworin
Finca La Donaira
Harrison Ford
Steven Remmer Fox
Jameson French
Bonnie Garmus
Morley and Deana Golden
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Katherine Gould-Martin and Robert L. Martin
Kevin Grady

Miriam Grynberg
Edwin and Geoffrey Hamlyn
James and Linda Hargrove
Caryl and Mickey Hart
Don Henley
Clare Hirn
Holdfast Collective
Thomas Holloway
Kanya Honoki
Joseph Geoffrey Hook
Houdini Sportswear
Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation
James M. Stone and Cathleen D. Stone Family Foundation
Monica Kalmanson-Midler
David Keith
Victoria and Stanford Keziah
Lucinda Lang
Sylvia Le Blancq
Kristin Hettermann Lindblad and Sven-Olof Lindblad
Liu Family Fund
Stephen Lockhart and Karen Bals
Doug MacKie
Seshu Madhavapeddy
Deborah Magness
Ryan Malone
Angela Manno
Virginia Martin
Aileen Mason
Paul and Karen Montgomery
Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation
Gabriel Nadel
Dave and Sarah Nigh
Roland Norton
Gail O’Keefe
Victoria Olson
Payne-Brodeur Giving Fund
Matthew Peetz
H.F.W. Perk and Leslie Dean Price
Mark Pfefferle
Ariel Phillips and Gwyndaf Jones
David Prend
Beth and Keith Richtman
Nicholas Robinson
Jonathan and Diana Rose
James A. Rosen

Roger Sant and Doris Matsui
Aaron Santell
Andrew Saunders
Jay and Carolyn Short
Paul Simon
Charles Smith
Cheryl Snell
Sony Music Group
Natalie Soonthornswad
Fred and Alice Stanback
Stanley Fund
Joey Stein
Joan Steyaert
Graeme Stockton
Sulentic Family Foundation
Thomas and Sara de Swardt
The Burt’s Bees Foundation
The Ellis Family Charitable Fund
The Hearst Foundation
The Mayer Trust
The Nathan M. Ohrbach Foundation
The Vermont Community Foundation
Amy Tidovsky and Jim McDuffie
Keith Tuffley
Turner Foundation
Jeff and Laurie Ubben
Robert Vogt
Glenna Waterman
Wendy Weaver
David Welborn and Ann Hunter-Welborn
Kevin Wheeler
Steven White
John Taylor Williams
Greg Zimmerman

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