Richard Cunningham works with non-profit organizations and foundations on strategy development, opportunity analysis, business and marketing plans. His key interests are population, the environment and wildlife conservation. He is currently doing pro-bono consulting with the International Gorilla Conservation Program, Light Up the World Foundation, Population Media Center and the Rwandan Business Development Council.
He serves on the National Council for World Wildlife Fund, Director of the Population Community Foundation, California state representative for the Population Institute, and a member of the natural resource committee of the Commonwealth Club.
Prior to retirement, Richard was founder and president of BLOKS USA and Parcourse Ltd. He received a BA from Miami University of Ohio and an MBA from the American Graduate School of International Management. His leisure time is spent riding his Connemara ponies and traveling the world to photograph wildlife, particularly in Africa.