Executive Team
  Tom Lovejoy- Board of Directors
As the Assistant Secretary of the Smithsonian Institute for nearly a decade, Dr. Lovejoy engineered the 'debt for nature swap' where he persuaded world banking institutions to forgive third-world debt in the preservations of large tracts of rainforests. He headed Smithsonian research camps in the Amazon where he has toured members of the U.S. Senate and led multiple expeditions. Dr. Lovejoy serves on the board of the Alley Foundation, and has served on the Scientific Advisory Committees to three Presidents of the United States as well as Science Advisor to the U.S. Secretary of the Interior during the Clinton Administration. In 2001 he was awarded the prestigious Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement. Dr. Lovejoy became the first recipient of the newly created Heinz Center Biodiversity Chair in August 2008.  Previously he served as President of the Heinz Center since May 2002.
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