Douglas Arthur Zischke Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Journalism, University of Wisconsin, 1951; Master of Science cum laude, University of Wisconsin, 1952.
Joined United States Foreign Service, 1957. Technical editor Forest Service, Madison, 1955-1957. Assistant information officer United States Information Service, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1957-1958, La Paz, Bolivia, 1958-1959.
Assistant cultural affairs officer, branch public affairs officer Mexico, 1960-1965. Information specialist Washington, 1965-1967. Public affairs officer Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 1967-1969.
Deputy public affairs officer Buenos Aires, 1969-1971. Public affairs officer Guatemala City, Guatemala, 1971—1974. Assigned to the United States Army War College, 1974-1975.
Deputy public affairs officer American embassy Tehran, Iran, 1975-1978. Cultural coordinator USICA, Washington, 1979-1980. International consultant, 1980-1986.
Foreign affairs advisor State Department, 1986-1998.
Board directors Boy Scouts Am. Director Lutheran Church 1973-1974. Served with Signal Corps, Army of the United States, 1953-1955.
Member Diplomatic and Consular Officers Retired.
Married Janice Mae Kuehnemann, June 8, 1957. Children: Mark Douglas, Deborah Jan, Todd Lincoln.