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aerospace company executive

Gary Dale Robinson, American aerospace company executive. Named Paul Harris fellow Rotary International, 1989.


Robinson, Gary Dale was born on September 9, 1938 in Colcord, West Virginia, United States. Son of Samuel Claytor and Madge (Fraley) R. Junior.


Bachelor in Latin American Economic History, Southern Illinois University, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy in Organization Behavior, Case Western Reserve University, 1977.


Program training chief The Peace Corps, Washington, 1969-1971. Consultant self-employed Ohio, 1971-1976. Health planning advisor United States Agency for International Development, San Salvador, El Salvador, 1976.

Project director Center American Institute for Public Administration and Ministry of Health, San Jose, Costa Rica, 1977-1978. Management advisor Agency for International Development, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 1978-1979. Industrial relations manager Boeing Commercial Airplane Company, Everett, Washington, 1979-1983.

Human resource manager Boeing Marine Systems, Renton, 1983-1985. Industrial relations manager The Boeing Company, Seattle, 1985-1986, internal audit manager, assistant to vice president controller, 1986-1990. Advisor to deputy director reform World Health Organization, Geneva, since 1994.

Consultant in field; adjunct professor Center Washington University, Ellensburg, since 1984. Member advisory board Drake, Beam & Moran, Seattle, since 1991. Member advisory board and faculty School of Advanced Studies in Organizational Consultant, Santiago, chile, since 1992.


Chairman Metrocenter Young Men’s Christian Association, Seattle, 1990-1991. Member Peace Corps National Advisory Council, Washington, 1988-1989. Founding member Pacific Northwest Organization Development Network, Seattle, 1982-1986.

Board advisors National Foundation for Study Religion & Education, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1984-1987. Member education committee World Affairs Council, Seattle, 1987-1988. Secretary, treasurer The Edmonds Institute, Lynnwood, Washington, 1989-1990.

Member International Relations Committee. Member The Washington Center for Management and Leadership (founder, board directors), Institute for Internal Auditors (co-editor Pistas newsletter since 1991), National Organizational Development Network, Academy of Management, Earth Services Corps (advisory board).


  • Other Interests

    Running, walking, reading.


Married Lorelei Mary Christl, June 25, 1967. Children: John Claytor, Kirk Dean.

Samuel Claytor Junior

Madge (Fraley) R. Junior

Lorelei Mary Christl

John Claytor Robinson

Kirk Dean Robinson