Angel Braestrup

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Angel Braestrup

Prior to becoming executive director of the Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation "in late 1994, Angel Braestrup served as editor of the Foundation’s bimonthly newsletter, Conservation Digest. She compiled and edited the Environmental Sourcebook for Journalists (Center for Foreign Journalists, 1994), co-authored a manual for corporations on hazardous waste minimization (Grace Creek Press 1994), and was a contributing editor to A Field Guide to Environmental Literacy: Making Strategic Investments in Environmental Education (Environmental Education Coalition, 2003).

"A 1980 graduate of Yale University with a B.A. in history, Angel worked for the U.S. House of Representatives from 1981-1989, specializing in transportation, energy, agriculture, water resources, and other environment issues. She is the Program Director for the Henry Foundation. She serves as vice-chair of the Norcross Wildlife Foundation, and as a director of the Center for Agricultural Partnerships, and The Ocean Foundation, a community foundation wholly devoted to the ocean conservation. She is a past director of the Association of Small Foundations. She also serves as co-chair of the Marine (Funders) Working Group of the Consultative Group on Biodiversity." [1]

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  1. People, , accessed February 19, 2010.