John Flicker consults in philanthropy related to conservation and environmental education. He was President of the National Audubon Society from 1995 to 2010 where he repositioned the organization as a leader in environmental education and created a nationwide network of Audubon Nature Centers. Prior to Audubon, he held various positions with The Nature Conservancy including General Counsel and Chief Operating Officer during a period when the Conservancy grew to be the nation’s largest conservation organization. He graduated from William Mitchell College of Law. He currently serves as a non-family Trustee of the George B. Storer Foundation.

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So Far So Fast – a Family Foundation Finds Its Focus

Posted on March 13, 2014 by Elizabeth Storer, John Flicker, Peter Storer, Jr.

How does a family foundation with no defined mission, no staff, no structure and a family that was never brought into the fold pull itself together to fashion a high performing foundation in under 4 years? Hear the remarkable story and the lessons learned featuring the steps taken, professionals and organizations engaged, and the just plain hard work required to… Read More

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