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Llewellyn Willings King Edit Profile

commentator , educator , Publishing executive , writer

Llewellyn Willings King, Zimbabwean publishing executive, educator, commentator, writer. Member Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, National Press, St. James's Club, London Press Club.

Background

King, Llewellyn Willings was born on October 6, 1939 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Came to the United States, 1963. Son of Herbert Willings and Dorothy Ann (Hooper) King.

Education

Student, Churchill College, 1951-1955;Doctor of Science in Engineering (honorary), Stevens Institute of Technology, 1995;Doctor of Philosophy (honorary), Stevens Institute of Technology.

Career

City editor, The Citizen, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1958-1960;sub-editor, Indiana television News, London, 1960-1961;sub-editor, Sunday Mirror, London, 1961-1963;copy editor, New York Herald Tribune, New York City, 1963-1964;president, Sovereign Associations, New York City, 1964-1966;editor wire desk, Washington Daily News, 1966-1969;assistant editor, Washington Post, 1969-1970;reporter, McGraw Hill, Washington, 1970-1973;chairman, King Public Group, Washington, since 1973. Founder Women National Organization for Women magazine, New York City, 1965. President Washington-Baltimore Newspaper Guild, 1967-1970.

Host cable television program The Bull and the Bear. Host radio program White House Chronicle.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Colunist: Syndicated by King Public Group.

Membership

Member Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, National Press, St. James's Club, London Press Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: flying, horseback riding, boating.

Connections

father:
Herbert Willings King

mother:
Dorothy Ann (Hooper) King