Vance G. Martin

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Vance G. Martin "President of The WILD Foundation. Mr. Martin joined WILD as president in 1984, after 15 years in international business and non-profit management. An innovative leader known for bridging the interests of people and nature, he has worked in over 35 countries, helping establish many non-profits. He serves as board president of Cheetah Conservation Fund and of Friends of Peace Parks, and as a board member of World Wilderness Trust (India), Conservation & Preservation Charities of America, Fulcrum Publishing, and others and chairs IUCN's Wilderness Task Force. He has edited and authored many books and articles. A native of the U.S. Piedmont region, he graduated magna cum laude from West Virginia University." [1]

"After helping establish CCF as an independent non-profit organization in 2001, he was it's first President, and now continues on its board of directors. He has lived and worked in many countries during his career, and has a special working focus on Southern Africa and South Asia. Prior to helping Laurie Marker establish the CCF offices in the US, he lived abroad for 13 years, 10 of them at the Findhorn Foundation (Scotland), as a senior manager and coordinator of environmental programs. " [1]

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  2. Trustees, Wilderness Foundation (South Africa), accessed June 16, 2010.
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