In the 1996 balloting, activists Anne Ehrlich, Lois Snedden and Susan Holmes won seats on the 15-member board, while incumbents J. Robert Cox and Roy Hengerson were reelected to their second and third three-year terms respectively.
Ehrlich is the associate director at Stanford University's Center for Conservation Biology, Snedden an editorial assistant from Reno, Nev., and Holmes the environmental program director at Columbia University in New York City.
Anne EhrlichAnne Ehrlich is the co-author of several books on overpopulation and ecology with her husband, Stanford University professor Paul R. Ehrlich.
Since 1987 Anne Ehrlich has been an associate director and policy coordinator of the Center for Conservation Biology at Stanford University.Anne Ehrlich served on the board of directors of Friends of the Earth from 1976 to 1985, the Center for Innovative Diplomacy from 1981 to 1992, the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory from 1989 to 1999, and the Sierra Club from 1996 to 2002.She currently serves on the boards of the Pacific Institute for Studies in Environment, Development, and Security and the New-Land Foundation.Until 2003 she was on the board of advisors for the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
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