Institutional Members: A Complete List of the World Future Society's Member Organizations

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Institutional Members: A Complete List of the World Future Society's Member Organizations


ASSOCIATIONS/FOUNDATIONS

Advocacy AG Communication and Consultation, Basel, Switzerland, Mathis Brauchbar

Arcos Cielos Research Center, Sedona, Arizona, Elliott Maynard

Baha'i World Centre Library, Haifa, Israel, Bonnie J. Ellis

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, D.C.

Finland Futures Research Center, Turku, Finland

Foundation of Socio-Prognostics Research "Trends," Novosibirsk, Russia, Vladimir I. Suprun

Foundation For the Future, Bellevue, Washington, Walter Kistler

Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Long-Range Future, Boston, Massachusetts, David Fromkin

Future of Work Foundation, Fairfield, Australia, Charles A. Brass

Hardwood Manufacturers Association, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Susan Regan

Institute for Alternative Futures, Alexandria, Virginia, Clement Bezold

Institute for Future Research, Birmingham, Alabama, Director of Library Services

Instituttet for Fremtidsforskning, Copenhagen, Denmark, Rolf Jensen

International Federation of the Red Cross, Geneva, Switzerland, Stephen Davey

MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, Wanda Thompson

National Association for Campus Activities, Columbia, South Carolina, Karen Moody

National Conservatory of the Industrial Arts, Paris, France, M. Michel Godet

New Jersey Education Association, Trenton, New Jersey, Robert Bonazzi

New Zealand Futures Trust, Wellington, New Zealand

Progressive Democratic Alliance, Mission Hills, California, Armond G. Keith

Prospektiker European Institute for Future Studies and Strategic Planning, Zarautz, Spain

Singapore Training and Development Association, Singapore, Kian Seng

Society of Actuaries, Schaumburg, Illinois, Ellen Bull

Society of Police Futurists International, Richmond, Kentucky, Gary W. Cordner

BUSINESS FIRMS

Alternative Information Services, Sunnyside, South Africa

Audio-Tech Business Book Summaries, Hinsdale, Illinois, Fred A. Rogers

Avalon Research Group, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida, Michael Margolies

Brian Eyre Consulting Group, Ltd., Pinegrowrie, South Africa, Brian R. Eyre

CHRISTUS Health, San Antonio, Texas, Anne P. Messbarger

ConocoPhillips, Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Ann M. Oglesby

Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan, Traci L. Stafford

General Mills, Minneapolis, Minnesota, George Tuszkiewicz

Info Entrepreneurs, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

International Medical Research Groups, Merritt Island, Florida, Stanley J. Wellington

KPMG LLP, Montvale, New Jersey, Martin Finegan

Mitsubishi Research Group, Tokyo, Japan, Hidehisa Tanaka

National Scrip Center, Inc., Lindstrom, Minnesota, Tony Minnichsoffer

Pacific Foods of Oregon, Tualatin, Oregon, Charles Eggert

Philip Morris Management Co., New York, New York, Deborah Kiley

Philips Design, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Viconics, Inc., Champlain, New York, Louis Viglione

Visions Federal Credit Union, Endicott, New York, Frank E. Berrish

Wisconsin Electric Power Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Carl Siegrist

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS

American Council for the United Nations University/Millennium Project, Washington, D.C., Jerome Glenn

Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, Maryland, Stephen F. Steele

Athabasca University Library, Athabasca, Alberta, Canada

Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana

California State University-Dominguez Hills, Carson, California

Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, Lisa Dolin

Centro de Investigacion en Educacion Virtual, S.C., Hermosillo, Mexico, Victor Flores

Corner Lake Middle School, Orlando, Florida, Robin Smith

Delft Technical University, Delft Zuid, Holland, Patrick van der Duin

Dublin City Schools, Dublin, Ohio, Richard J. …

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