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Public affairs executive

Daniel Thain Kingsley, American public affairs executive.


Kingsley, Daniel Thain was born on October 1, 1932 in Portland, Oregon, United States. Son of George Archibald and Jane (Powers) Kingsley.


AB cum laude, Princeton University, 1954.


Sales manager Kingsley Lumber Company, Portland, 1959-1962, president, 1962-1968. Commissioner General Services Administration, Washington, 1969-1971. Special assistant to President, White House Office, 1971-1974.

Associate administrator operations Small Business Administration, 1975-1977. Executive vice president, general manager Deaver & Hannaford, Inc. (public relations), 1977-1983.

Executive director National Venture Capital Association and proprietor Daniel T. Kingsley public affairs consultant, since 1983. Executive director National Venture Capitol Association.


Vice president Parry Center for Children, Portland, 1966-1968. Trustee Bishop Dagwell Hall, Episcopal Boys School, 1966-1968. Served with Army of the United States, 1954-1956.

Member Multnomah Athletic Club (trustee Portland), Congressional Country Club (Potomac, Maryland), Georgetown Club (Washington), Community College of North Carolina Club (Pinehurst), Mariner Sands Community College Club (Stuart, Florida). Clubs: Multnomah Athletic (Portland) (trustee). Congressional Country (Potomac, Maryland).

Georgetown (Washington), Community College of North Carolina (Pinehurst).


Married Nancy C.; children by previous marriage: Daniel, Clay, Blake, Christopher, Elizabeth, Reed B.

George Archibald Kingsley

Jane (Powers) Kingsley

Nancy C.