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Diana Taylor MacArthur was American advanced technology executive.


MacArthur, Diana Taylor was born on July 7, 1933 in Santa Fe.


Bachelor, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York, 1955.


Consultant economist, Checchi & Company, 1957-1961;vice-president, director, Thomas J. Deegan Company, 1961-1962;deputy chief West Africa, Peace Corps, 1963;regional program officer for North Africa, Near East, South Asia, Peace Corps, 1964;director division private and international organizations, Peace Corps, 1965-1966;private consultant, 1966-1974;program manager, Aerospace Division Gen Elec. Company, 1974-1976;president, Consumer Dynamics, 1977-1980;vice-president, director, Dynamac International Inc., 1980-1988;chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Dynamac International Inc., since 1988;chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Research Analysis and Management Corporation, 1988-1992. President Foreign Traders, Inc., 1980-1986.


Trustee Menninger Foundation, Topeka, 1972-1904, Santa Fe Institute Executive Committee, since 2005. Board directors Science and Technology Corporation University New Mexico, since 2004. Board visitors Menninger-Baylor College Medicine, Methodist Hospital Foundation, 2004-2006.

Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, since 1985. Member President's Committee of Advisory on Science and Technology, 1994-1901. Citizens advisory board to the President Council on Youth Opportunity, 1966-1970.

Served on Center for Strategic and International Studies Strengthening of America Committee, 1992, National Benefits from National Laboratory Committee, 1993, Senior Policy on National Challenges, 1996, Geopolitics of Energy Committee, 2000. Member The Chancellor's Advisory Council University Systems of Maryland. Board visitors University Maryland Biotechnology Institute.

Advisory committee Center Strategic & International Studies. Board directors Atlantic Council United States of America. Business advisory council Center for China-United States Cooperative, University Denver.

Member Council on Competitiveness, Business-Higher Education Forum (executive committee), Technology Council Maryland (executive committee), Los Alamos National Laboratory Foundation (president board directors), National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation, The Santa Fe Opera, Phi Beta Kappa.


Widowed; children: Elizabeth Tschursin, Alexander Tschursin.

Elizabeth Tschursin MacArthur

Alexander Tschursin MacArthur