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Marjorie THOMPSON

Marjorie THOMPSON, Chairwoman of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, United Kingdom.

Background

  • THOMPSON, Marjorie was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America.

  • Education

    • Woodrow Wilson High School, Long Beech, California, United States of America, 1974; grad., Colorado College, United States of America, history (Honours), 1978; London School of Economics, United Kingdom, Master of Arts, West European Politics, 1979

    Career

    • Joined Aldermaston, Burghfield, Greenham Link-Up and converted to Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1983. Parliamentary Officer, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and responsible for establishing a national network of Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament Parly, monitors, 1983-1987. Researcher foe Ann Clwyd, Member of Parliament, 1987.

      Elected Vice-Chairwoman, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1987. Parliamentary Officer, Royal College of Nursing, 1988-1990. Elected Chairwoman, Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, since 1990.

      Advisor. Royal College of Nursing Dept, of Policy and Practice (working with AIDS, Breast Care, Leukaemia, Cancer and Pollution Care nurses), February since 1991. Professional career: travelled and worked as waitress, 1980.

      Temp, at the World Bank, 1980. Aide to Republican congressman and lobbyist on Capitol Hill, 1981-1982. Educational Admin.

      , Holy Loch United States base, United Kingdom, 1982. Volunteer, Cardiff Peace Shop, Wales, 1983. Worked for HTV during General Election, 1983.

    Personality

    Interests

    Recreations: skiing, swimming, theatre, reading and writing fiction.

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