Howard joins a group of 250 students from across the nation to participate in an intensive study of leadership in environmental science and conservation. Howard was chosen based on academic accomplishments and a demonstrated interest and excellence in leadership in the sciences and conservation studies.
The summit is a partnership between George Mason University, the National Geographic Television and the National Zoo. The summit’s aspiring environmentalists and student leaders will get the unparalleled access to distinguished faculty, guest speakers and elite D.C. practitioners.
The summit’s Advisory Board is chaired by Mark Bauman, executive vice president of National Geographic Television and co-chaired by Joe Sacco, Educational Director for the National Zoo. Additional members include world-renowned scholars, distinguished scientists and award-winning university faculty such as Dr. Tom Lovejoy, noted environmentalist and former executive vice president of the World Wildlife Fund.
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