Bachelor in Social Sciences, Michigan State University, 1965. Master of Arts in Sociology, Duke University, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy in Education, University Chicago, 1974.
Instructor, University of Chicago, 1972-1973;
program advisor, The Ford Foundation, Santiago, Chile, 1973-1978;
program advisor, The Ford Foundation, Lima, Peru, 1973-1978;
program officer, The Ford Foundation, New York City, 1979-1985;
representative, The Ford Foundation, Lima, 1985-1990;
visiting scholar, Stanford University, 1978-1979;
research scholar, New York University, 1990-1992;
program director, Inter-America Dialogue, Washington, since 1992. Author: Thinking Politics, 1994. Editor Education, Equity and Economics, 1995.
Contributor articles to professional publications.
Member Latin American Studies Association, Comparative and International Education Society.
Married Myriam Waiser, December 17, 1994. 1 stepchild, Milena Flament.