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HELEN B. JUNZ

Background

JUNZ, HELEN B. was born in Germany.

Education

University of Amsterdam, Bachelor of Arts. New School for Socl Rch, United States of America, Master of Arts. Spoken languages: English, Dutch, German, French.

Career

Special Trade Representative and Director, Geneva Office(s), International Monetary Fund since 1989. Deputy Director, Exchange & Trade Relations Department, International Monetary Fund, Washington, District of Columbia, 1987-1989. Senior Advisor, European Department, International Monetary Fund, 1982-1987.

Vice President, Townsend Greenspan & Company, New York, 1980-1982. Vice President, Senior Advisor, First National Bank of Chicago, 1979-1980. Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Assistant Secretary for International Affairs, Treasury Department, Washington, District of Columbia, 1977-1979.

Senior International Economist, Council of Economic Advisers, The White House, Washington, District of Columbia, 1975-1977. Advisor, Division of International Finance, Board of Gov, Federal Reserve System, Washington, District of Columbia, 1962-1977. Advisor, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, 1967-1969.

Economist, Bureau of Economic Analysis, United States Department of Commerce, 1960-1962. Acting Chief, Consumer Price Section, National Industrial Conference Board, New York, 1953-1958.

Membership

Member: American Economic Association. National Association of Business Economists. Council on Foreign Relations.

National Women's Forum.