Kathryn S. Fuller
Ms. Fuller became President of WWF-US in 1989. With over 3,000 projects in more than 140 countries, WWF is the leader in the conservation of the living environment by practical and positive action.
Following Ms. Fuller's initiative, WWF has advanced debt-for-nature swaps as a valuable tool for easing third world debt while at the same time directing new funds into protection of threatened ecosystems in tropical countries. Ms. Fuller is a recipient of several honorary degrees, including one from her alma mater, Brown University. She is a member of the President's Commission on Environmental Quality, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the Overseas Development Council.
Before joining WWF in 1982, she served as Chief of the Wildlife and Marine Resources Section of the US Justice Department.