Bachelor, Dickinson College, 1954.
In real estate business, Cox and Company, Washington, 1954-1966;
executive director Washington Metro. chapter, United World Federalists, 1966-1968;
radio program host, WAMU-FM, Washington, 1966-1968;
projects. director, Bronx Community College, Bronx, New York, 1969-1972;
consultant, New York City, 1972-1974;
executive director, Campaign for United Nations Reform, Wayne, New Jersey, 1975-1976;
executive director, Campaign for United Nations Reform, Washington, since 1988;
legislation director, Campaign for United Nations Reform, Washington, 1976-1987;
field director, World Federalist Association, Washington, 1975-1990;
deputy director, World Federalist Association, Washington, 1990-1991. Faculty member Graduate School USDA, 1994. National television interviews Hearst, Fox stations, 1995.
Lecturer in field.
Testified twice before Senate Foreign Relations Committee, District of Columbia, 1964-1965, before the Sub-commission on Poverty of the Senate Labor Committee, 1965, before the House Committee on banking finance and urban affairs, 1990. Member Washington Crim Council, 1965, Mayor's Volunteer Council, New York City, 1972. Chairman foreign relations committee Young Democrats United States, 1964.
Publicity Chairman International Platform Association, Washington, 1964. With Army of the United States, 1954-1956. Member Citizens for Clean Air (founder District of Columbia area), Metro.
Athletic Association (founder 1963-1966).