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Graham Thomas Tate Molitor

Graham Thomas Tate Molitor, American lawyer. Bar: District of Columbia 1963. Recipient Distinguished Service award Grocery Manufacturers American, 1973-1974, Distinguished Service award National Consumer Information Center, 1974, Distinguished Service award American Management Association, 1975.


  • Molitor, Graham Thomas Tate was born on April 6, 1934 in Seattle, Washington, United States. Son of Robert Franklin and Louise Margaret (Graham) Molitor.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Washington, 1955. Bachelor of Laws, American University, 1963.


    • Research assistant University Washington, Seattle, 1957. Bailiff United States Criminal Court District of Columbia, 1958-1959. Legislation counsel United States House of Representatives, Washington, 1961-1963.

      Director candidate research Rockefeller for President Committee, 1963-1964, 68. District of Columbia counsel, assistant director government relations Nabisco, Inc., Washington, 1964-1970. Director governmental relations General Mills, Inc., 1970-1977.

      President, Chief Executive Officer Public Policy Forecasting, Inc., Potomac, Maryland, 1977—2004. Principal partner Public Policy Communicators, 1989-1991. Principal, partner Public Policy Action Institute, Potomac.

      Advisory board Creative Business Strategies, Inc. Adjunct professor Graduate School Business American University, Washington, 1969—1975, Washington, 1979—1985, Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, 1987—1988. Director research White House Conference on Industrial World Ahead, 1971—1972.

      Member White House Advisory Committee on Social Indicators, 1975—1976. Chairman Commission on the Future of Montgomery County, 1986—1988. Guest lecturer numerous universities.

      Member White House Conferences on Food, Nutrition and Health, 1969—1971, White House Conference on Youth, 1970. Board directors First Global Conference on the Future, Inc., Canada, since 1980. Organizing committee Foundation for the Future, since 1997, board advisors, since 1999, member scholar advisory board, since 2001.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: District of Columbia 1963.


    • Contributing editor Food Tomorrow Newsletter, 1976-1977. Co-editor, chairman editorial board Encyclopedia of the Future, 1991-1996. Consultant editor History Guide to American Government, 1995-1997, McMillan Compendium of the Twenty-First Century, 1998-1999.

      Editorial advisory board Technological Forecasting and Social Change, since 1999. Chairman editorial board Future Survey, 1995-1997, World Encyclopedia of Police Forces and Correctional Systems, 2003-2005. Member editorial board Hudson Institute Study of World Food Problems, 1975-1977, board Business Tomorrow Newsletter, 1977-1979, Journal Futures Studies, 2001^.

      Board advisors New Marketing Technologies Monitor, 1983-1985. Political editor On the Horizon, 1993-1995. Contributor articles to professional journals.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Presbyterian


    Member Food Advisory Board, New York City, 1980-1986. Served to 1st lieutenant United States Army, 1958-1961. Fellow: World Academy Art and Science (executive committee since 2000, chairman committee on year 3000 since 2001, board trustees).

    Member: World Future Society (general chairman 2d General Assembly 1975, vice president, director 1981-1994, vice president, legal counsel 1994—2004, Distinguished Service award 1975, 2004), E.D. Export Council, Washington Industrial Roundtable, Washington Business-Government Relations Council, University Club, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Kappa Sigma.


    • Married Carlotta Jean Crate, July 30, 1960. Children: Graham Thomas Tate, Anne Therese, Christopher Robert.
    • father: Robert Franklin Molitor
    • mother: Louise Margaret (Graham) Molitor
    • spouse: Carlotta Jean Crate
    • children: Graham Thomas Tate Molitor
    • Anne Therese Molitor
    • Christopher Robert Molitor
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