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corporate executive

Anne Firth Murray, American corporate executive. Recipient Carl Schultz award American Public Health Association, 1987, Women of Excellence award North Carolina Woman's Magazine, 1992; honoree World Association of United Nations Interns and Fellows, 1995.

Background

Murray, Anne Firth was born on June 23, 1935 in Wanganui, New Zealand. Daughter of Roberts Mathew and Eleanor Mary (Doyle) Firth.

Education

Bachelor, University California, Berkeley, 1955. Master of Public Administration, New York University, 1977.

Career

Editor Stanford (California) University Press, 1960s. Writer/editor United Nations, New York City, 1971-1977. Consultant, 1977-1978.

Program director Hewlett Foundation, California, 1978-1987. Consultant professor Stanford University, since 1994. President The Global Fund for Women, Menlo Park, since 1987.

Trustee Indiana Sector, Washington, IPAS, North Carolina.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor/co-author: Ending Violence Against Women, 992, Neighborhood Government in New York City, 1974. Author: (booklet) A Woman's Fundraising Handbook, 1995.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, beekeeping.

Connections

Married Douglas P. Murray (divorced 1978). 1 child, Gwyn.

father:
Roberts Mathew Firth

mother:
Eleanor Mary (Doyle) Firth

spouse:
Douglas P. Murray

child:
Gwyn Murray