Log In

Joseph Wayne Easton Edit Profile

Joseph Wayne Easton, American federal official. Member Caribbean Hospital Relief Fund, Washington, since 1987, Interagency Committee on Education, 1989; member President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, 1987-1988, Federal Council on the Arts, 1987-1988; member staff Bicentennial Presidential Inaugural Committee, 1988-1989. Member Kiwanis, Pi Kappa Alpha.

Background

Easton, Joseph Wayne was born on May 28, 1950 in Oklahoma City. Son of Joe Cannon and Mildred (Tyrell) Easton.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and Physics, Oklahoma University, 1976. Master of Science in Systems Analysis, George Washington University, 1980.

Career

Teacher/coach Antlers (Oklahoma) Public Schools, 1976-1977, Kiefer (Oklahoma) Public Schools, 1977-1978. Budget analyst United States Department Education, Washington, 1978-1980, deputy executive officer, 1980-1985, director executive operations, 1985-1988. Executive assistant to Secretary United States Department Energy, since 1989.

Consultant on conference planning United States Department Education, since 1989. Co-chairman Teachers' Inaugural Experience, Washington. Advisor Presidential Scholars, Washington, 1987-1988.

Religion

The committed individual Christian can and should approach God directly, and individual gifts of ministry received from God should be shared with others.

Politics

Candidates for political office should endorse the Judeo-Christian beliefs, convictions, and values upon which society should rest.

Views

The family is the basic human community through which persons are nurtured and sustained in mutual love, responsibility, respect, and fidelity.

Membership

Member Caribbean Hospital Relief Fund, Washington, since 1987, Interagency Committee on Education, 1989. Member President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities, 1987-1988, Federal Council on the Arts, 1987-1988. Member staff Bicentennial Presidential Inaugural Committee, 1988-1989.

Member Kiwanis, Pi Kappa Alpha.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Skiing, travel, reading.