George Lewis Warren Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1910.
With Associated Charities of Boston, Massachusetts, 1908-1916, Charity Organisation Society, 1916-1919, Warner Brothers (both Bridgeport), 1919-1928, International Migration Service, 1928-1938. United States Government expert, League of Nations Temporary Commision on Assistance to Indigent Aliens, Geneva, 1933, 36, 38. Adviser to the United States Republican, Evian Conference on Refugees, Evian, France, 1938.
Technical expert, Conference of America States members, International Labor Organisation, Havana, 1939. Technical adviser, United States delegation to Anglo-American Conference on Refugees, Bermuda, 1943. Consultant Foreign Economic Administration, 1943.
With President’s Advisory Committee on Political Refugees, 1938-1944. Member United States delegate to 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th Sessions Council of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, Montreal, 1944, London, 1945, Atlantic City, 1946, Geneva, 1946. United States representative, 5th and 6th plenary meetings, Intergovernmental Committee on Refugees, Paris, 1945, London, 1946.
United States representative, Special Committee on Refugees and Displaced Persons, United Nations, London, April-May 1946. Adviser to the United States representative, Economic and Social Council and General Assembly, United Nations, New York, 1946. Adviser on refugees and displaced persons, Department of State, 1944.
United States representative to Preparatory Commission, International Refugee Organization, Lausanne, 1947, Geneva, 1948. United States Republican General Council and Executive Committee, International Refugee Organisation, Geneva, 1948-1952. Advisory United States Delegates General Assembly, United Nations, Paris, 1948, New York, 1949, 50.
United States representative to Conference on Migration, Brussels, 1951, Provisional Intergovtl. Committee on Movement of Migrants from Europe, Brussels, 1951, Geneva, Washington, 1952. United States representative Advisory Committee to United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Geneva, 1953.
United States representative and principal advisor United States Republican Intergovtl. Committee for European Migration, Geneva, 1953, 55-57, Venice, 1954. Export member permanent migration committee, International Labour Office, Montreal, Canada Received decorations in recognition of service to Czechoslovakian refugees, Czechoslovakia, 1940, Dominican Republic for services in establishing refugee colony in that country, 1941.
Knight Commander Order St. Gregory the Great (Vatican).
Clubs: Harvard (Boston).
Married Mary Gertrude Cunniff, October 15, 1919. Children: Mary Louise (Mistress George Phillips Rogers), George Lewis, Helen Elizabeth (Mistress Robert E. Langley).