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Jack Victor, American former health association executive, consultant. Recipient Gralnick award, World Association Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Spirit of Hope award, World Rehabilitation Fund, 2001; Mary Switzer fellow, National Rehabilitation Association, 1983. Member of American Psychological Association, Eastern Psychological Association.

Background

Victor, Jack was born on August 11, 1935 in New York City. Son of William and Sadye (Eichenbaum) Victor.

Education

Associate of Arts, Boston University, 1955. Bachelor, City College of New York, 1957. Master of Arts, New School, New York City, 1959.

Doctor of Philosophy, Yeshiva University, New York City, 1968.

Career

Project director Greenleigh Associates, New York City, 1973—1976. Research director Columbia University School Social Work, 1976—1979. Director, research and training Human Resources Center, Albertson, 1979—1985, director, grants administration, 1985—1988.

Director, grants and contracts Adelphi University, Garden City, 1988—1991. Senior associate Metis Associates, New York City, 1991—1992. Director development World Rehabilitation Fund, 1992—1993, project director, 1996—1998, president, 1998—2001, president emeritus, since 2001.

Senior healthcare program planner New York City Department Health and Hospital, New York City, 1993—1995. President Long Island Partners, Farmingdale, New York, 1992—1998. Consultant Victor Associates, New York City, since 1995.

Board directors Partners of the American mathematical society, Washington.

Membership

Member of American Psychological Association, Eastern Psychological Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, theater, sports.

Connections

Married Ellen Lieb, August 14, 1966. Children: Nicole, Jason.