William D. Ruckelshaus, the very first Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, joined us for a webinar on Thursday, September 22, 2011.
Ruckelshaus began his distinguished career as an attorney in 1960 in Indianapolis, and he went on to hold many prestigious positions in law firms throughout the country. Mr. Ruckelshaus became the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s first Administrator when the agency was formed in December 1970, where he served until April 1973. In April 1973 he was appointed acting Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and in the same year was appointed Deputy Attorney General of the United States Department of Justice. In 1983, Mr. Ruckelshaus was appointed by President Reagan as the fifth EPA Administrator until 1985.
He currently is the Strategic Director in the Madrona Venture Group and serves on the Board of numerous profit and non for profit organizations, including The Energy Foundation, Center for Global Development and founding Director of the Initiative for Global Development.
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