William K. Reilly Fund for Environmental Governance and Leadership

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William K. Reilly

The Center for Environmental Policy at American University joined with corporate, philanthropic and nonprofit organizations to establish the William K. Reilly Fund for Environmental Governance and Leadership. This initiative, in honor of one of the most respected environmental leaders in the nation, supports a student scholarship, an annual lecture series and core program development activities for the center. The Reilly Fund also supports the William K. Reilly Environmental Leadership Award in order to recognize leaders in environmental governance and problem-solving.

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About the Reilly Fund

The William K. Reilly Fund for Environmental Governance and Leadership is designed to further the center's mission of improving environmental governance in the United States-that is, the institutions and means by which decisions are made that protect the environment and natural resources and enhance their relationships to the nation's economic health and social well-being. The center invites corporate, foundation and nonprofit organizations to engage as William K. Reilly Fund sponsors. As environmental challenges become more complex, the country urgently needs platforms for engaging business, government, nonprofits and the academic community in constructive dialogue and in devising new ways of resolving environmental issues. Generous support of the Reilly Fund will be of tremendous help as the center seeks to provide meaningful forums for such dialogue based on sound analysis.

Support the Fund

Organizational sponsors of the Reilly Fund will be recognized for their support at Center for Environmental Policy events, in communications and on the center's website.

To learn more about these benefits and about making a contribution to the Reilly Fund please contact Danielle Miller Wagner (djmwagner@american.edu or 202-744-6506) or Dan Mackeben (mackeben@american.edu or 202-885-3968).