University of Denver, United States of America, 1965-1969, Bachelor of Arts. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1976-1977, Master of Public Administration. Spoken languages: English, French.
Deputy Chief, East Asia & Pacific Division, Regional Bureau(s) for Asia & the Pacific, United Nations Development Programme since 1989. Senior Country Officer, United Nations Capital Development Fund, United Nations Development Program, New York, 1983-1989. Assistant Resident Representative, United Nations Development Program, Rwanda, 1981-1983, Uganda, 1979-1981, Chad, 1977-1979.
Village Hydrology Expert, United Nations Development Program/International Labor Organization/Office Project(s), Burkina Faso, 1974-1976. Assistant Field Director, West Africa Department, OXFAM/United Kingdom, Togo, 1973-1974. Volunteer, United States Peace Corps, Burkina Faso, 1969-1972.
Member: Phelps-Stokes Fund.
Spouse Marita O’Hare, National of United States of America.