Sarah Harder "has worked for thirty years on issues involving women at grassroots, national and international levels. She serves as President and Board Chair of the National Peace Foundation in Washington DC, where she also co-chairs the National Women's Conference Committee and serves on the National Council of Women's Organizations. As the president of the American Association of University Women (1985-89), she chaired its $46 million Education Foundation. She served as vice-president of the International Federation of University Women (IFUW) based in Geneva. Her study and action guide, Women's Future, World Future: Education for Survival and Progress?is used by IFUW affiliates in 68 countries. She is Professor Emerita from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, where she served for 34 years as administrator and faculty member. Through the National Peace Foundation, Sarah Harder has worked since 1991 on civil society, peace building and social partnership projects involving NGOs, their communities and their government in the Russian Federation." 
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- Advisory Council, Center for UN Reform Education, accessed December 23, 2008.