Bachelor, Ohio State University, 1967. Master of Arts, University Georgia, 1970.
Caseworker Franklin County Welfare Department, Columbus, Ohio, 1967-1969. Director forensics Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, 1970-1974. Associate director Bicentennial Youth Debates, Washington, 1974-1976.
Executive director National Congress on Volunteerism and Citizenship, 1976-1977. Fellow Academy Contemporary Problems, Columbus, Ohio, 1977-1979. Executive director Battelle Memorial Institute Foundation, 1980-1982.
President Columbus Foundation, 1981—2001, president emeritus, since 2001. Executive director Columbus Youth Foundation and Ingram-White Castle Funds, 1981—2001. Chairman Am Resource Development, LLC, Columbus, since 2002.
President, Chief Executive Officer Global 3E, since 2003. Co-chairman Task Force on Citizen Education, Washington, 1977. Mediator Negotiated Investment Strategy, Columbus, 1979.
Chairman Ohio Foundations Conference, 1985. Consultant Department of Health, Peace Corps., University Virginia.
Trustee Godman Guild Settlement House, Columbus, 1979-1981, American Diabetes Association, Ohio, 1984-1988. Chairman special committee on displacement Columbus City Council, 1978-1980. Board directors Commission on the Future of the Professions in Society, 1979.
Member Donors Forum Ohio. Clubs: Capital, Columbus Club, Columbus Metropolitan, Kit-Kat. Lodges: Rotary.
Children: Andrew Brewer, Edward Aldrich, L.