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David Luther Black, American International civil representative, consultant ( govt: executive administration)international civil servant. Recipient American Society of Mechanical Engineers Centennial award for science and technical, 1980.

Background

Black, David Luther was born on April 3, 1934 in Plainview, Texas, United States. Son of Mac Truman and Wilman (Bailey) Black.

Education

AB, Baylor University, 1954. Postgraduate, University Texas-Austin, 1980.

Career

With S.W. Research Institute, San Antonio, assistant to president, director special programs, chief of party United States Agency for Development Projects in Low Cost Housing Irrigation Colombia, Tanzania, Botswana 1980-1984. Deputy director regional program for science and technical development Organization of American States, Washington, 1984-1987, advisor to secretary general for external affairs, 1987^. Director, chief mission and resident representative in United States of America Interam.

Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture, 1971-1977. Consultant to United Nations Industrial Development Organization, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, United Nations Environment Programme. Advisor to University in Chile Obtaning Projects with United States Agency for International Development National Research Council, 1992^. extensive development experience in Latin American, Africa, Caribbean.

President Organization of American States Federal Staff Credit Union, 1989-1992, vice president 1992^.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals on science, Latin American affairs and culture.

Membership

Extensive development experience in Latin American, Africa, Caribbean. President Organization of American States Federal Staff Credit Union, 1989-1992, vice president 1992-1996. President San Antonio Chamber Music Society, 1973-1976.

Active Community Guidance Center. Member American Society Metals (chairman Latin American division 1974-1984), United States Association United Nations (board directors), Society International Development, United States Club of Rome, National Press Club.

Connections

Married Gloria Loyola, March 31, 1984. 1 son by previous marriage, David Roger.

father:
Mac Truman Black

mother:
Wilman (Bailey) Black

spouse:
Gloria Loyola