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  Steven McCormick

Steve McCormick's challenge when he assumed leadership of The Nature Conservancy in February 2001 was to take an already successful and renown organization and accelerate its progress in becoming an even more effective and global presence, capable of leveraging its resources to promote conservation in precious places around the world. It is a position for which he is well qualified.

He knows the organization intimately, having arrived soon after graduating from law school in 1976 and risen through the ranks to spend 16 years as executive director of the California state program. During his tenure, the program raised more than $300 million in private contributions and became the largest conservation organization in the state. He also chaired the committee that created Conservation by Design, the scientific framework for setting priorities and taking action that now guides the Conservancy's work in 29 countries.

Steve has a B.S. Degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of California at Berkeley (1973), where he graduated with honors, and a J.D. Degree from the University of California Hastings College of Law (1976). He also attended the Stanford Executive Program in 1993.

Steve sits on several boards, including the Harvard Dialogue Group Advisory Panel and the Advisor Board of the U.C. Berkeley College of Natural Resources. He is also the recipient of numerous conservation awards, such as the Department of Interior Silver Award (1986) and the Edmund G. "Pat" Brown Award (1999). Steve and his wife Kathryn have two daughters, Kelly and Hannah. . . . short bio
Steve McCormick's challenge when he assumed leadership of The Nature Conservancy in February 2001 was to take an already successful and renown organization and accelerate its progress in becoming an even more effective and global presence, capable of leveraging its resources to promote conservation in precious places around the world. It is a position for which he is well qualified.

He knows the organization intimately, having arrived soon after graduating from law school in 1976 and risen through the ranks to spend 16 years as executive director of the California state program . . . full bio

2004
A New Model for Water Conservation in the West
Library: Current Issues Lectures
Speaker(s): Steven McCormick
Date: 08-04-2004
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