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Foreign service officer

Harrison Freeman Matthews, was Colombian foreign service officer. Board directors Wildlife Preservation Trust International, since 1985. With United States Army, 1946-1947, 50-51. Member American Foreign Service Association (board directors 1959-1963), Metropolitan Club (Washington), Chevy Chase (Maryland) Club.

Background

Matthews,, Harrison Freeman was born on December 31, 1927 in Bogota, Colombia. (parents American citizens). Son of Harrison Freeman and Elizabeth Rodgers (Luke) Matthews.

Education

Bachelor, Princeton University, 1952.

Career

Joined Foreign Service, Department State, 1952. Director Vietnam working group, Washington, 1966-1970. Political counselor Mexico City, 1970-1973.

Director Egyptian affairs Washington, 1974-1976. Deputy chief of mission Cairo, 1976-1980. Deputy director management operations Washington, 1980-1983.

Senior inspector, 1984-1985. Consultant Department State Crisis Management Exercise, 1985-1986. Member White House Counsel's Iran-Contra Task Force, 1987.

Member White House Interagy. Review Committee for Iran-Contra Matters, since 1987.

Membership

Board of directors Wildlife Preservation Trust International, since 1985. With United States Army, 1946-1947, 50-51. Member American Foreign Svc.

Association (board directors 1959-1963), Metropolitan Club (Washington), Chevy Chase (Maryland.) Club.

Connections

Married Nancy Noel Henneberger, June 16, 1950. Children: Luke, John, Timothy, Elizabeth.

father:
Harrison Freeman Matthews,

mother:
Elizabeth Rodgers (Luke) Matthews,

spouse:
Nancy Noel Henneberger

children:
Luke Matthews,

John Matthews,

Timothy Matthews,

Elizabeth Matthews,