Bruce L. Ludwig

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Mr. Bruce L. Ludwig "is chairman of Ludwig Capital, a real estate consulting firm in Los Angeles concentrating on the Middle East. He attended Glendale College and received a business degree from California State University. Mr. Ludwig and his wife, Carolyn, have been the principal benefactors of the AUC Valley of the Kings project and the Giza Plateau Mapping Project in Egypt. He was the initial sponsor in a joint effort by the American Research Center in Egypt and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art to showcase Egyptian artifacts in U.S. museums. He is a trustee of the Urban Land Institute, the International Council of Shopping Centers, and the American Research Center in Egypt. He is an elected member of the Explorers Club, the Royal Geographic Society and the Egyptian Exploration Society of England, the Oriental Institute, and numerous other philanthropic and research organizations in the Middle East and Africa. Carolyn has published a large format photographic book, jointly with AUC Press, on the Churches, Monasteries, and Shrines of Egypt, and is currently doing a book on the Religious Heritage of Old Cairo. " [1]

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  1. Trustees, American University in Cairo, accessed February 8, 2011.