Ted Halstead

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Ted Halstead
Education Bachelor's from Dartmouth College and Master’s Degree from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government[1]
Alma mater Dartmouth College
Known for Think-Tank Executive

Ted Halstead is a Think Tank executive as well as an author. His areas of specialty are environment, economics and energy and he has authored several articles and books on these subjects.

Education[edit]

Halstead earned his Bachelor's from Dartmouth in 1990[2] and his MPA in 1998 from Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.[3]

Think Tanks[edit]

New America Foundation[edit]

New America Foundation began life as Vision Trust. Bill Moyers, president of the Florence and John Schuman Foundation, funded the trust with a seed of $200,000, on the condition that Halstead change the name.[2]

Books[edit]

Halstead co-wrote The Radical Center: The Future of American Politics with Michael Lind in 2002.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ted Halstead". American Program Bureau. Retrieved October 18, 2011. 
  2. ^ a b Sherman, Charles (April 6, 2002). "Daniel Webster Distinguished Service Award for 2002 - Opening Remarks". The Dartmouth Club of Washington, D.C. Retrieved October 18, 2011. "Ted Halstead, Dartmouth Class of 1990, marches to a different drummer. He worked his way through Dartmouth on a different schedule. He chooses different measures for economic and personal success. He uses different political labels. And he is already making a difference for thinkers of his generation and for the rest of us." 
  3. ^ Tamer, Mary (March 9, 2001). "Public Service Innovators". Alumni Stories. Harvard University. Retrieved October 18, 2011. "Ted Halstead (MPA 1998) started his first think tank -- Redefining Progress -- at the age of 25 with a $15,000 grant. Four years later after growing it into a $2 million institute, he was off to the Kennedy School. From there, Halstead launched a second think tank, the New America Foundation, a $4 million public policy institute with an agenda to introduce new voices and views with a bipartisan tone." 

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