World Future Society
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The World Future Society was founded in 1966 by Edward Cornish, with the purpose of gathering together brilliant minds to tackle the current challenges affecting the world.
Current board chair & CEO
Julie Friedman Steele: 2016–Present
Past presidents and executive directors
Amy Zalman: 2014–2016
Timothy Mack, Esq.: 2004–2014
Edward Cornish: 1966–2004
The Futurist magazine
The Futurist magazine was established in 1967, with Edward Cornish serving as the founding editor. From 1967 to 2015, it was a full-color bi-monthly magazine. Today, it is an online publication that reports on technological, societal, and public policy trends, along with topics related to the future of human purpose. The Futurist was nominated for a 2007 Utne Independent Press Award for Best Science and Technology Coverage.
World Future Review academic journal
The World Future Society previously published the academic journal World Future Review. This journal was published independent from the World Future Society starting with Volume 8.
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