New Venture Fund

For The Conservation Leadership Project

  • Amount
    $50,000
  • Program
  • Date Awarded
    8/10/2012
  • Term
    8 Months
  • Type of Support
    Project
Overview
Regardless of who wins the presidential election in November, 2012, many new faces will appear in administrative positions in the Department of Interior, Department of Agriculture, Department of Commerce and Council on Environmental Quality. Those people will have enormous influence over the shape and direction of conservation policy for the next four years. This proposal by the New Venture Fund would support its efforts to identify qualified candidates for 18 of the most influential positions in the four agencies. The work consists of three phases: 1) identify qualified individuals and develop profiles on each, 2) Create media and speaking opportunities for top candidates designed to gain attention for their ideas and qualifications, and; 3) evaluate the outcomes of the effort to determine its effectiveness in recruiting qualified candidates for the 18 identified positions.
About the Grantee
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