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Government official

Alan Demuth Romberg, American former government official. Fellow Ford Foundation, 1974-1976; Congressional fellow, 1974-1976; recipient Superior Honor award United States Department State, 1977, Distinguished Honor award, 1984. Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1960-1962.

Background

Romberg, Alan Demuth was born on December 1, 1938 in White Plains, New York, United States. Son of George H. and Eleanor (Demuth) Romberg.

Education

Bachelor, Princeton University, 1960. Master of Arts, Harvard University, 1964.

Career

With United States Department State, Washington and Hong Kong, 1964-1974. Director Office of Japanese Affairs, Washington, 1978-1980. Deputy assistant secretary, deputy spokesman Department State, 1981-1985.

Member staff National Security Council, Washington, 1976-1977. Member policy planning staff Department State, 1977-1978. Visiting senior fellow Council Foreign Relations, New York City, 1980-1981, senior fellow, since 1985.

Membership

Served to lieutenant (junior grade) United States Naval Reserve, 1960-1962.

Connections

Married Elaine Ehrenfeld, August 7, 1960. Children: Jonathan H., Laura M.

father:
George H. Romberg

mother:
Eleanor (Demuth) Romberg

spouse:
Elaine Ehrenfeld

child:
Jonathan H. Romberg

child:
Laura M. Romberg