Kathleen B. deBettencourt

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Kathleen Bajorek deBettencourt was Executive Director of the Environmental Literacy Council. She died of cancer at age 51 in December 2004.[1]

She had a BA from the University of Dallas in Texas, and a PhD in political theory fom the Catholic University of America.[1]

Before the ELC's founding, she was Project Director of its predecessor, the Marshall Institute's Independent Commission on Environmental Education[1].

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 In Memorium - December 2004. Environmental Literacy Council (2004-12). Retrieved on 2010-01-05.

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2004 Annual Meeting Speaker Bios A—I. Philanthropy Roundtable (2004). Retrieved on 2010-01-05. “Dr. deBettencourt, a political scientist specializing in constitutional law and regulatory policy, was formerly Assistant Professor at Catholic University of America and Visiting Professor at George Washington University in Washington, DC. She has written in the areas of children’s rights, education, environmental policy, and legal reform.”


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