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public relations and fund-raising executive

Charles David Webb, American public relations and fund-raising executive. Fellow: Royal Society Arts (London); member: National Society Fund Raisers, Union League (New York City).

Background

Webb, Charles David was born on January 23, 1935 in Cool Ridge, West Virginia, United States. Son of Charles William Thomas and Velma Pearl (Ferguson) Webb.

Education

Student, West Virginia University, 1952—1954. Student, University North Carolina, 1954—1955. Bachelor, University Toledo (Ohio), 1957.

Postgraduate, University Wisconsin, 1957—1958. Master of Arts, New School Social Research, 1977.

Career

Editor, advertising manager Trade Magazines Inc., Cleveland, 1961—1965. Public relations officer, assistant to president Cleveland Institute Art, 1965—1968. Director community affairs Cleveland State University, 1968—1970.

Associate public relations Ketchum Inc., Pittsburgh, 1970—1973. Development consultant Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City, 1973—1975. President Charles Webb Company, Incorporated, New York York City, since 1974.

Poetry editor Fine Arts Magazine, 1966—1968, Poems Published in New Poems by American Poets 2, 1957. Board dirsa. Circle Repertory Theater Company, Incorporated, New York York City, 1980—1985, chairman, 1981—1983. Board directors Washington Ballet, 1982—1983.

Trustee Stockbridge Chamber Concerts, Inc., 1982—1983. Member executive committee C.G. Jung Foundation Analytical Psychology, 1981—1983.

Membership

Fellow: Royal Society Arts (London). Member: National Society Fund Raisers, Union League (New York City).

Connections

father:
Charles William Thomas Webb

mother:
Velma Pearl (Ferguson) Webb