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Leslie Lenkowsky, professor of public affairs and philanthropic studies at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, is available to comment on Lance Armstrong’s decision to step down as chair of the Livestrong cancer charity. Lenkowsky wrote about Armstrong and the issues that can arise when charities rely on celebrities for publicity and fund-raising this summer in the Chronicle of Philanthropy. An expert on nonprofits and public policy, civil society, fund-raising, volunteering and civic engagement, he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. For assistance contact Jim Hanchett at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs, 812-856-5490 or email@example.com.