Student, University Chicago, 1957. Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, University Pittsburgh, 1962.
Assistant director commission on human resources, Office of Mayor, City of Pittsburgh, 1966-1967;
assistant to executive director, Allegheny Council to Improve Our Neighborhoods-Housing, Inc., Pittsburgh, 1967-1972;
assistant to president, Mallet & Company, Inc., Carnegie, Pennsylvania, 1972-1973;
associate planning, Comprehensive Health Planning Association of Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, 1973-1975;
associate director cancer center planning project, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, 1976-1977;
assistant executive director, Allegheny Conference on Community Development, Pittsburgh, 1977-1988;
president, Public Education Fund, Pittsburgh, 1983-1988;
executive director, George Gund Foundation, Cleveland, since 1989. Adjunct associate professor community development Carnegie Mellon U., Pittsburgh, 1985-1988.
Member of advisory committee Health Policy Institute. Member steering committee Robert Wood Johnson Affordable Health Care Project.
Member Council on Foundations, Council on Basic Education, Indiana Sector, Phi Delta Kappa (Lay Leader award 1985).
1 child from previous marriage, Jonathan. Married Eleanor Jean Mallet, September 17, 1970. Children: Louis Daniel, Max Arthur.