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Hazel Henderson cause of death
Environmental activist, and futurist author, Hazel Henderson has reportedly died.
She was 89.
Her death was announced in a statement by Ethical Markets, the media company she founded to promote “the evolution of capitalism.” The statement did not say where or how she died, but she had colon cancer, according to Nader, who interviewed Ms. Henderson earlier this month for his weekly radio show.
Hazel Henderson, born on March 27, 1933, was a British-American futurist and an economic iconoclast. “Born in Britain, Henderson was a naturalized US citizen who shared the 1996 Global Citizen Award with Nobelist A. Perez Esquivel of Argentina.
She was remarkably proud that in the 1970s the Public Relations Society of America called her “the most dangerous woman in America” for her pioneering work.
A phenomenal lifelong learner, Henderson earned Honorary Dr. of Science degrees from the University of San Francisco, Soka University in Tokyo, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts.”
Who was Hazel Henderson’s husband?
Ms. Hazel Henderson was married to Alan F. Kay. The couple were together for years until her husband’s death in 2016
Did Hazel Henderson have kids?
Hazel Henderson had one daughter with her previous husband, she is called Alexandra Leslie Camille Henderson.
How old was Hazel Henderson?
Born on March 27, 1933, in Briston, England. Hazel Henderson was 89 at her time of death.
What is Hazel Henderson cause of death?
Circumstances surrounding the death of Hazel Henderson were not stated to the public at the time of this publication.
Hazel Henderson’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released to the public by the family.