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Government official , Foundation director

John Denley Walker, American foundation director, former government official. President Center for Security Studies, 2001; board directors American Student Center, Paris, 1953—1957; Member of Pilgrims, Standrews (New York City); University (Washington); Chevy Chase (Maryland), Legion of Valor, Society Cincinnati, Order of St. Johns of Jerusalem.

Background

Walker, John Denley was born on July 15, 1921 in Petersburg, Virginia, United States. Son of John Otey and Evelyn Mildred (Denley) Walker.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, University North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 1944; postgraduate, University of Pennsylvania, 1950-1951.

Career

Superintendant New Jersey Bell, 1946-1948. Assistant director labor division ECA, Paris, France, 1948-1950. Management consultant, 1951-1953.

Foreign service research officer United States Government, Paris, Malta, Israel, Australia, 1953-1977. Executive director English Speaking Union of the United States, New York City, 1978-1987. Lieutenant United States Navy, 1942-1945.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President Center for Security Studies, 2001. Board directors American Student Center, Paris, 1953—1957. Member of Pilgrims, Standrews (New York City).

University (Washington). Chevy Chase (Maryland), Legion of Valor, Society Cincinnati, Order of St. Johns of Jerusalem.

Connections

Married Diana Taylor, April 30, 1949 (divorced 1980). Children— Walker Diana, John Denley, Joseph Warren. Married Helen Hoogerwerff, March 15, 1984.

Step children— Saskia Roskam, Hugo, Frederick.

father:
John Otey Walker

mother:
Evelyn Mildred (Denley) Walker

spouse:
Diana Taylor

spouse:
Helen Hoogerwerff

child:
Hugo Walker

child:
Walker Diana Walker

child:
Joseph Warren Walker

child:
Frederick Walker

child:
Saskia Roskam Walker

child:
John Denley Walker