Anne B. Zill

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Anne Zill "is the Founder and Director of CEIA, Center for Ethics in Action and has been a foundation program associate with the Stewart Mott Charitable Trust for more than 20 years. Earlier she was the News Director and Producer with National Educational Radio (NPR’s predecessor). She has published articles in The Washington Post, Barnard College Alumnae Magazine, Washingtonian, and The Maine Times, among other publications. In 1974 she co-founded the Women's Campaign Fund, and served as Board Chair and/or Co-Chair for many years. She was also the sole founder of its tax deductible sister entity in 1982, the Women's Campaign Research Fund which conducts Leadership 2000 training conferences for women politicians nationally every other year. In 1974 she also co-founded the Fund for Constitutional Government and is currently serving as President. She currently serves as Coordinator of Maine Funders for Change philanthropy project, and is the Manager of the Art Gallery on the Westbrook College Campus of UNE." [1]

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  1. Directors, EarthAction, accessed November 17, 2008.
  2. Board and Staff, Project On Government Oversight, accessed January 10, 2009.
  3. Right to Write Board of Directors, Right to Write Fund, accessed January 10, 2009.