KATHRYN S. FULLER is currently vice-chair of the National Museum of Natural History and a managing partner in Doyle Property Partners. She was president and chief executive officer of World Wildlife Fund from 1989 to 2005. Prior to that, she was executive vice president, general counsel, and director of WWF’s programs in public policy and wildlife trade monitoring. Before joining WWF, she worked at the US Department of Justice, first in the Office of Legal Counsel, then as a trial attorney in the Land and Natural Resources Division, where she helped create the Wildlife and Marine Resources Section and became its chief. Fuller received her BA in English and American literature from Brown University, where she served on the board for many years. She earned a law degree with honors from the University of Texas and pursued graduate studies in marine, estuarine, and environmental science at the University of Maryland. She serves on the boards of Alcoa, Inc., the Summit Foundation, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Greater Himalayas Foundation, the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, and the Institute at Brown for the Study of Environment and Society. She is past chair of the board of the Ford Foundation.