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Preserving lives - Alumni Profiles
June 2010 Issue
Sheffield Hale. Special photo Even before he was chief counsel for the American Cancer Society, Sheffield Hale was involved in the nonprofit world. “It is my hobby,” says Hale (AB ’82), who earned his law degree from the University of Virginia. “Other people golf. I go to board meetings.” Hale cut his nonprofit teeth on historic preservation. (He was a history major at UGA and has particularly fond memories of studying with—and renting a house from—professor Phinizy Spalding.) He is past chairman of the Atlanta Historical Society, past chairman of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation, a trustee of the Fox Theatre and a former member of the Board of Curators of the Georgia Historical Society. In January 2011 he will join the board of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. He enjoys being an activist. “We get to revitalize communities and save buildings,” he says. “And there is an environmental component. The most sustainable buildings are the ones you …
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