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Adam Anthony Sokoloski

federal agency officer

Adam Anthony Sokoloski, American federal agency officer. Coach youth sports, 1968-1988. Member American Agricultural Economics Association, American Economics Association, Junior Chamber of Commerce (awards).

Background

Sokoloski, Adam Anthony was born on November 29, 1938 in South Deefield, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Stanley Anthony and Mary Helen (Lamot) Sokoloski.

Education

Bachelor, Middlebury College, 1961. Master of Science, Purdue University, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, Oregon State University, 1967.

Career

Economist, section chief Economic Research Service United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, 1965-1968. Branch chief United States Bureau Commercial Fisheries, 1968-1970. Associate professor University Rhode Island, South Kingston, 1970-1971.

Economist, program analyst Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, 1971-1973. Program director National Commission Water Quality, 1973-1975. Division chief United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 1975-1979, assistant director, 1979-1981.

Staff assistant assistant secretary's office Department Interior, 1981-1982. Deputy assistant director United States Bureau Land Management, since 1982. Associate professor University Maryland, College Park, 1968-1970, American University, Washington, 1972.

Membership

Coach youth sports, 1968-1988. Member American Agricultural Economics Association, American Economics Association, Junior Chamber of Commerce (awards).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Softball, tennis, fishing, gardening, reading mysteries.

Connections

Married Susan Angell Andrews, June 22, 1963. Children: Jennifer, Kristin, Adam.

father:
Stanley Anthony Sokoloski

mother:
Mary Helen (Lamot) Sokoloski

spouse:
Susan Angell Andrews

children:
Jennifer Sokoloski

Kristin Sokoloski

Adam Sokoloski