John Flicker

    John Flicker is a trustee of the George B. Storer Foundation, which promotes an ecologically rich and economically prosperous future for current and future generations. In 2014, John was appointed president of Prescott College, one of the first colleges in the nation founded specifically to advance environmental studies, and to do it primarily through experiential education. That commitment to the environment and to experiential education remains central to the mission of the College. John previously served as president and CEO of the National Audubon Society, which he led from 1995 to 2010. During his tenure, Audubon significantly increased its focus on environmental education. John led Audubon’s effort to create a network of 43 Audubon Centers, providing environmental education to diverse audiences from Los Angeles to Brooklyn. Prior to Audubon, John spent 21 years with The Nature Conservancy, where, as Florida state director, and then general counsel and COO, he helped protect more than one million acres of land. John is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and the William Mitchell College of Law.