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Alan Demuth Romberg

Alan Demuth Romberg, American former government official. Fellow Ford Foundation, 1974-1976; Congressional fellow, 1974-1976; recipient Superior Honor award United States Department State, 1977, Distinguished Honor award, 1984. Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1960-1962.

Background

  • Romberg, Alan Demuth was born on December 1, 1938 in White Plains, New York, United States. Son of George H. and Eleanor (Demuth) Romberg.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Princeton University, 1960. Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1964.

    Career

    • With United States Department State, Washington and Hong Kong, 1964-1974. Director Office of Japanese Affairs, Washington, 1978-1980. Deputy assistant secretary, deputy spokesman Department State, 1981-1985.

      Member staff National Security Council, Washington, 1976-1977. Member policy planning staff Department State, 1977-1978. Visiting senior fellow Council Foreign Relations, New York City, 1980-1981, senior fellow, since 1985.

    Membership

    Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1960-1962.

    Connections

    • Married Elaine Ehrenfeld, August 7, 1960. Children: Jonathan H., Laura M.
    • father: George H. Romberg
    • mother: Eleanor (Demuth) Romberg
    • spouse: Elaine Ehrenfeld
    • children: Jonathan H. Romberg
    • Laura M. Romberg
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    • 1960
      Princeton University
    • 1964
      Harvard University
    • 1964 - 1974
      With United States Department State
    • 1978 - 1980
      director, Office of Japanese Affairs
      Washington, United States
    • 1981 - 1985
      deputy assistant, secretary