Leslie Lenkowsky

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Leslie Lenkowsky

"A professor at Indiana University’s Center on Philanthropy, Leslie Lenkowsky served as the George W. Bush administration’s first head of the AmeriCorps program. Lenkowsky is a small-government conservative who has a track record of working for hawkish right-wing organizations. His resume includes stints as a researcher at the American Enterprise Institute, president of the Hudson Institute, and president of the Philanthropy Roundtable. Lenkowksy also served as deputy director of the U.S. Information Agency under President Ronald Reagan...

"Lenkowsky’s own philanthropic work dates back to the 1970s, when he became director of research at the conservative Smith Richardson Foundation. He help nurture the work of a number of influential neoconservative thinkers and organizations." [1]

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  1. Right Web Profile, rightweb.irc-online, accessed September 28, 2009.