Student, London Polytechnic, 1979. Bachelor in Political Science, University Pennsylvania, 1980. Master of Arts in International Affairs, American University, 1984.
Account executive United Exposition Service Company, Inc., Washington, 1980—1982. Research fellow Congressional Research Service, United States Library. Congress, 1984; writer, editor Hudson Research International, Paris, 1985—1990.
Director research and programs Center for International Business and Trade, Georgetown University, Washington, 1986—1991. Deputy policy director United States Senator Bob Kerrey for President Campaign, 1991—1992. Special assistant to George Soros, founder Open Society Institute, New York City, 1992—1993.
Senior international analyst Athena Global Investments, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1994. Chief of staff United Nations Association of United States of America, New York City, 1995—1996. Consultant editor Business Week Executive Programs, 1996—2000.
Editor The Global Challenge—Latin American in the World Economy, since 1999. Director communications and public affairs The Aspen Institute, Washington, since 2001.
Member World Affairs Council, Washington. Member American Political Science Association, United Nations Association of the United States, National Geography Society, Penn Club of New York.
Married Elizabeth J. Kannan, August 21, 1993. Children: Jack Morrison, Elizabeth Margaret.