Title: Investor, Environmentalist
Location: Mettawa, Illinois, United States
Betsy Franz Albert, Investor and Environmentalist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in art and environmental conservation.
As a young woman, Ms. Albert considered spearheading a career in a number of fields including medicine, dance, and the fine arts. At the age of 16, she contracted Brucellosis that altered the state of her plans but ultimately led her to paint. With this sentiment, she has since exhibited numerous portraits and still lifes in group and solo shows and designed a house as an architecture student. Today, Ms. Albert is a distinguished investor, visual artist and environmentalist. Among her scientific feats, she has written and edited a biology textbook and is an organic gardener, growing produce without harmful pesticides. Notably, Ms. Albert campaigned against the herbicide Dacthal, which causes lymphoma and Parkinson’s disease and is used by lawn care companies, homeowners, farmers and golf course greens keepers.
To remain abreast of her fields, Ms. Albert maintains affiliation with the American Farmland Trust, National Trust for Historical Preservation, Cousteau Society, Natural Resources Defense Council, Osprey Society and Environmental Defense Fund. She is also a member of the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Chicago Symphony Orchestra Society and Art Institute of Chicago. In her spare time, she enjoys listening to music, renovating houses, collecting antiques, gardening and reading. In addition, she has bred eight champion miniature poodles and is backed by coursework from Chevy Chase Junior College. To attest to her legacy, Ms. Albert can also be found in editions of Who’s Who in Finance and Business, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World and Who’s Who of American Women.
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