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Julius Norman Cahn

publishing company executive

Julius Norman Cahn, American Publishing company executive. Deputy national chairman Citizens for Humphrey-Muskie presidential campaign, 1968. Member Society Finance Counseling (past Chairman of the Board), Sales Executive Club New York (director), National Press Club.

Background

Cahn, Julius Norman was born on October 26, 1922 in New York City. Son of Richard David and Frieda (Cohen) Cahn.

Education

Bachelor of Specialized Studies, City College of New York, 1942. Master of Arts, American University, 1948.

Career

Administrative analyst United States Office for Emergency Management, 1942-1944. Assistant to the United States Senator Alexander Wiley, 1945-1952, 54-58. Consultant United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee, 1952-1953.

Staff director Government Operations Subcommittee, 1958-1964. Assistant to Vice President Hubert Humphrey, 1965-1969. Public associate Family Health magazine, 1969-1974.

President Family Media Enterprises, Incorporated, New York York City, 1975-1986, Goals Incorporated, New York York City, 1971-1993. Board directors Washingtonian magazine, 1974-1979, Family Media, Inc., 1978-1986. Chairman editorial advisory board Futurist magazine, 1976-1993, Finance Planner magazine, 1974-1975.

Lecturer American University, 1952-1953.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional publications.

Membership

Deputy national chairman Citizens for Humphrey-Muskie presidential campaign, 1968. Member Society Finance Counseling (past chairman board), Sales Executive Club New York (director), National Press Club. Clubs: Atrium (New York City).

Connections

Married Ann Foote, October 20, 1946. Children: Gary Alan, Glenn Evan, Linda Jan, Carol Diane.

father:
Richard David Cahn

mother:
Frieda (Cohen) Cahn

spouse:
Ann Foote

children:
Gary Alan Cahn

Glenn Evan Cahn

Linda Jan Cahn

Carol Diane Cahn