Nancy W. Anderson papers, 1940-1999
This collection has:
18.00 cubic ft.
Nancy W. Anderson (1922-1997) received a BA in Public Administration from George Washington University in 1944. Beginning in 1975, she acted as coordinator for the Environmental Citizen Advocacy Program, a joint venture of the Lincoln Filene Center and the Tufts program in Environmental Policy. From 1978 to 1994, Anderson was the Director of Environmental Affairs at the Lincoln Filene Center (LFC). In 1979 she founded the New England Environmental Network (NEEN), an educational network for those concerned about the environment. While at Tufts (1978-1994), she was active in the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and served as the Regional Chairman for their Commission on Education and Communication.
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