Robert J. Ledogar
Robert J. Ledogar, American planner, researcher. Loula D. Lasker Foundation fellow Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1971-1973. Member American Public Health Association, American Planning Association, Planners' Network.
Ledogar, Robert J. was born on August 3, 1933 in New York City. Son of Edward J. Ledogar and Margaret C. Meany.
Maryknoll College, Illinois, United States of America, 1954, Bachelor of Arts. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 7073, M Urban Planning. Center for Tropical Disease Rch, University of Guerrero, Mexico, 1987, Diploma Epidemiology.
Spoken languages: English, Spanish, French.
Senior Planning Officer, Planning & Coord Office(s), United Nations Children's Fund since 1989. Monitoring & Evaluation Coord, United Nations Children's Fund Area Office for Central America, Guatemala, 1987-1989. Senior Programme Officer, Coord of Urban Program, United Nations Children's Fund Area Office, Guatemala, 1979-1984.
Field Director, American Friends Service Committee(s), Zambia, 1976-1979. Officer, United Nations Centre for Human Settlements, 1975-1976. Director, Latin American Project(s), Consumers Union of United States, 1973-1975.
Senior Field Researcher, Organization for Socl & Tech Innovation, Newton, Massachusetts, United States of America, 1972-1973.
Member: Strategic Planning Society. American Planning Association. Amnesty International.
Epidemiology; urban health. Strategic planning.