Jeneye Abele

Chief Executive Officer, President at Argosy Foundation

Jeneye Abele

Jeneye Abele

Chief Executive Officer, President at Argosy Foundation

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Jeneye Abele (Trustee)

Boulder, Colorado
Jeneye is the vice president and a trustee for the Argosy Foundation. She also appropriates the majority of the foundation’s environmental grants and helps manage those partnerships. She has previously sat on the boards of Thorne Ecological Institute, Concord Academy and the Watershed School and on the advisory board of the Center for Energy and Environmental Security at the University of Colorado Law School. She has also served on the program committee of the Environmental Grantmakers Association for two years and has chaired the trustee track committee. She has Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Colorado. She has lived in Boulder for most of the last nineteen years and has and continues to thoroughly enjoy Colorado’s public lands whether through running, hiking, mountain biking,skiing or just being.

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Argosy Foundation

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2

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Founder at Argosy Foundation

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Founder at Milwaukee Film, Inc.

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Member, Board of Trustees at Argosy Foundation

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Vice Chair at Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital

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Trustee at Argosy Foundation

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Executive Director at Argosy Foundation

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Partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

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Tech Coordinator at Argosy Foundation

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Research Director at Argosy Foundation

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Operations Manager, Program Officer at Argosy Foundation

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The Argosy Foundation The nautilus shell is one of many shapes found in nature that depict the Fibonacci series, a number series that has a most unique property: dynamic symmetry. Dynamic symmetry might best be described as change, in balance, over time. In the case of the nautilus shell, as it grows, it does so in perfect proportionality: it achieves balance from its change. So in the Argosy logo we see a symbol for change, but in a balanced, harmonious way. Understanding change in this way - how it relates to an environment and pursuing it with the most constructive, beneficial results in mind - is a helpful guide for the Argosy Foundation's philanthropy. Through a combination of humility, continuous learning, and an honest-broker approach to our philanthropic activity, we share a vision of making a positive impact through Argosy, helping to solve problems in our communities and across the country.

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Chief Executive Officer, President
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The Argosy Foundation The nautilus shell is one of many shapes found in nature that depict the Fibonacci series, a number series that has a most unique property: dynamic symmetry. Dynamic symmetry might best be described as change, in balance, over time. In the case of the nautilus shell, as it grows, it does so in perfect proportionality: it achieves balance from its change. So in the Argosy logo we see a symbol for change, but in a balanced, harmonious way. Understanding change in this way - how it relates to an environment and pursuing it with the most constructive, beneficial results in mind - is a helpful guide for the Argosy Foundation's philanthropy. Through a combination of humility, continuous learning, and an honest-broker approach to our philanthropic activity, we share a vision of making a positive impact through Argosy, helping to solve problems in our communities and across the country.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$100 - $249
2011

TO FOSTER A COMMUNITY SPIRIT OF SHARED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE STEWARDSHIP AND RESTORATION OF PUBLIC, PROTECTED, AND ECOLOGICALLY SIGNIFICANT LANDS ACROSS COLORADO AND BEYOND.

$10K +
2011

The Humane Society of Boulder Valley, Inc. is a non-profit organization, which engages in the provision of shelter and care to animals. It operates full-service public veterinary clinic, the Sonnyside retail store, the Training and Behavior Center, and a thrift and gift shop. The company was founded in 1902 and is headquartered in Boulder, CO.

$2,500 - $10K
2011

COLORADO CONSERVATION TRUST CONSERVES EXTRAORDINARY LANDSCAPES BY INVESTING IN PEOPLE, POLICY, ORGANIZATIONS, AND RELATED LAND AND WATER PROTECTION.

Political Donations
$250
2012

Senator from Wisconsin

$250
2012

Senator from New Mexico

$250
2012

Senator from Virginia

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