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Dorothy Blum Diamond

Dorothy Blum Diamond, American writer, editor. Recipient Achievement award, Syracuse School Management, 2002. Advisory board member Offshore Institute; Member of Wellesley-in-Westchester Club (past board directors), Merchandising Executives Club (award 1958), Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

  • Diamond, Dorothy Blum was born on September 7, 1919 in New York City. Daughter of Asher and Lily (Williams) Blum.

  • Education

    • Bachelor with highest honors, Wellesley College, 1940. Master of Science (honorary), Columbia University, 1941. Doctor of Laws (honorary), St. Thomas University, 2002.

      Doctor of Laws, Thomas Jefferson School Law, 2007.

    Career

    • Reporter Newark Star-Ledger, 1941. Associate editor Young American Magazine, New York City, 1941—1942. Senior editor, columnist Tide Magazine, 1942—1947, 1955—1959.

      Columnist Printers Ink, New York City, 1959—1961, Modern Floor Coverings, New York City, 1958—1963.

    Works

    • Tax Havens of the World
    • Examining tax havens in more than 60 areas around the world, this text rates each on the basis of 30 vital features.

    Membership

    Advisory board member Offshore Institute. Member of Wellesley-in-Westchester Club (past board directors), Merchandising Executives Club (award 1958), Phi Beta Kappa.

    Connections

    • Married Walter H. Diamond, June 15, 1947.
    • father: Asher Blum
    • mother: Lily (Williams) Blum
    • spouse: Walter H. Diamond
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    Born September 7, 1919
    Nationality
    • 1940
      Wellesley College
    • 1941
      Columbia University
    • 2002
      St. Thomas University
    • 2007
      Thomas Jefferson School Law
    • 1941
      Reporter Newark Star-Ledger
    • 1941 - 1942
      associate, editor Young American Magazine
    • 1942 - 1947
      senior, editor
    • 1955 - 1959
      senior, editor

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