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Draco Foundation

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Rating N/A
World Headquarters Washington, FDC UCAS
President/CEO Rex Coll, Executive Director
Chairman of the Board Nadja Daviar
Corporate Status Private Foundation
Major Shareholders N/A

The Draco Foundation (also DF) is a public or charitable trust established on 15 August 2057 following Dunkelzahn’s Will on the purpose of executing the details of his will. It ought to be noted that the Foundation thus only controls the assets named in the will. The rest of Dunkelzahn’s wealth was directly left to Nadja Daviar who, though she happens to be the chairperson of the Foundation, can use that part on her own behalf, without any control from the board (the only exception being the shares in Ares she inherited from the dragon, but under the terms of a separate article; in theory the DF's board has to oversee that she does apply the seven-year plan laid out by the dragon for these assets). The Foundation is not poor however, as it had the time to invest money left by the dragon and make profits over it before the bequests were to be claimed.

The foundation’s headquarters are in Washington FDC, UCAS. It has also opened offices in Atlanta, Seattle, Denver, London, Hannover, Berlin, and Hong Kong. Since 11 November 2057, the Foundation is only open to public on the third of every month. This arrangement greatly facilitates the aforementioned investments, as the Foundation would only need to have cash reserves available on a single day each month.

Upon Nadja Daviar's return from her nine-year disappearance, two members resigned. The vacancies left behind, as well as that resulting from Aina Dupree's death, prompted the board of trustees to form a search committee intended to fill those vacancies. Led by Former Presidents Betty Jo Pritchard (UCAS) and Ivory McCabe (CAS), the committee recommended and the board approved the appointment of Dr. Kristine Martin of the Genesis Consortium, Alexis Glimmerscale of the Children of the Dragon, and the Great Dragon Masaru. The board also approved the creation of a Board of Visitors as a permanent body the trustees may consult and who may act as non-manager representatives of the foundation.

The foundation also began major structural shifts. Daviar recommended and the board approved Rex Coll to be the new Executive Director, overseeing day-to-day operations. They also began to consolidate its assets and operations, closing many of its smaller offices and focusing on the larger offices in DeeCee, Seattle, Denver, Hannover, and a few others.

Board of Trustees (2078)[]

Former Trustees[]

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