Mission accomplished: three decades and $8billion later, Atlantic Philanthropies closes its doors.

Here is the final letter from Christopher G. Oechsli, in his role as President and CEO of the Atlantic Philanthropies. He is now Chair of the Atlantic Institute Governing Board.

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Mission accomplished: three decades and $8billion later, Atlantic Philanthropies closes its doors.

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Here is the final letter from Christopher G. Oechsli, in his role as President and CEO of the Atlantic Philanthropies. He is now Chair of the Atlantic Institute Governing Board.

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Here is the final letter from Christopher G. Oechsli, in his role as President and CEO of the Atlantic Philanthropies. He is now Chair of the Atlantic Institute Governing Board.