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Francisco Raimundo Wong-Diaz

Francisco Raimundo Wong-Diaz, Cuban lawyer, educator. Bar: California 1980, Florida 1987, United States District Court (northern district) California 1990.

Background

  • Wong-Diaz, Francisco Raimundo was born on October 29, 1944 in Havana, Cuba. Came to the United States, 1961. Son of Juan and Teresa (Diaz de Villegas) Wong.

  • Education

    • Bachelor with honors, Northern Michigan University, 1965. Master of Arts with highest honors, University Detroit, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Master of Arts, University Michigan, 1974.

      Juris Doctor, University California, Berkeley, 1976.

    Career

    • Professor City College San Francisco, 1975—2010, emeritus professor, 2010, department chairman, 1978-1985. Research attorney Marin Superior Court, 1980-1981. Court arbitrator Marin Municipal Court, 1985.

      Attorney private practice, Kentfield, California, since 1980. Academic fellow FDD, since 2007. Senior fellow JSOU, since 2010, USSOCOM JSOU, since 2010.

      Adjunct assistan professor San Francisco State University, 1977. Associate dean Miami-Dade College, 1986. Director Cutcliffe Consultant, Inc., Hawthorne, LaFamila Center, Inc., San Rafael, California, 1980-1985, Small Business Institute, Kentfield, 1982-1986.

      Consultant Interstate Commerce Commission International, San Francisco, 1980-1982. Political commentator Univision KDTV, since 1980. Board directors Pedro Pan Group, Inc., 2005-2009.

      Prostate cancer development research committee University California San Francisco Cancer Center.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: California 1980, Florida 1987, United States District Court (northern district) California 1990.

    Works

    • Author: American Politics in a Changing World, 1999, second edition, 2004. Board editors Industrial Relations Law Journal, 1975-1976. Member editorial board California Lawyer, 1991-1993.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Lector St. Sebastian's Church, since 1984, parish council, 1995. Board director American Cancer Society, since 1999. Member development research program, fellowship committee University California-San Francisco, 2002^.

    Member advisory board Redes en Accion, 2002^. Member Committee on the Present Danger, since 2005. Member World Association International Studies.

    Member American Bar Association, American Political Science association, Latino Educational Association (co-founder, treasurer 1985), Cuban American National Council, World Affairs Council (seminary leader San Francisco 1980), World Association International Studies, Pacific Council International Policy, University California San Francisco PC Advocates, Commonwealth Club, Proteus United States of America.

    Connections

    • 1 child, Richard Alan.
    • father: Juan Diaz
    • mother: Teresa (Diaz
    • child: Richard Alan Wong-Diaz
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    Born October 29, 1944
    (age 73)
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