Robert C. Baron

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Robert C. Baron - Chairman of the Board of the WILD Foundation.

"Mr. Baron is the founder and president of Fulcrum, Inc., a Colorado-based book publishing company specializing in fields of conservation, history, biography, Native American writing, gardening, travel, and children's books. An author or editor of some 20 books, Mr. Baron is currently writing a book on the history of business in America. He writes and lectures on the development and application of communications technology and its impact on our society, after over 25 years as an engineer, entrepreneur and executive in the industry. At Computer Control Company, Mr. Baron was program manager for the Mariner II (Venus) and Mariner IV (Mars) on-board space computers, and at Honeywell, was worldwide system's manager for the minicomputer business. He also founded and was first president and CEO of Prime Computer, one of Fortune 500's largest American companies. He chairs the American Antiquarian Society and is former vice chair of the Massachusetts Audubon Society, trustee of the Lincoln Filene Center at Tufts University, and director of the Rocky Mountain Women's Institute and the Thoreau Society." [1]

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