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Lois Burke Shepard, American former government official. Recipient Friend of Conservation award, American Institute Conservators, 1988; Trustee's award, American Association Museum Trustees, 1987; Leadership Commendation, American Association Museum, 1987; Outstanding Republican Woman's award, 1984.


Shepard, Lois Burke was born on February 1, 1938 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Albert Samuel and Sarah(Cutler) Burke.


Bachelor in History, Vassar College, 1959. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1987.


Teachers various public schools, 1960-1976. Co-director Overseas Americans for Reagan/Bush, Washington, 1980. Chairman Americans Abroad for Reagan/Bush, 1984, Representatives Abroad International, Washington, 1980-1985.

Director Institute of Museum Services, 1986-1989. Lecturer in field.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Author: Building Grassroots Political Organizations Among Americans Abroad, 1983, Taking the Long View: The Impact of a Decade of Intellectual Property Multimedia Subsystem Programs, 1988.


Member President's Committee on Arts and the Humanities. Member Maryland steering committee George Bush for President. United States Department State Overseas Schools advisory committee member.

Member Task Force on Arts and Humanities, Coalition for Women's Appointments. Republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Maryland, 1990. Member Federal Council on Arts and Humanities, Potomac Republican Women's Club.


  • Other Interests

    Travel, gourmet cooking.


Married William Seth Shepard, June 25, 1960. Children: Stephanie Shepard Lipson, Cynthia Robin, Warren Burke (deceased).

Albert Samuel Burke

Sarah(Cutler) Burke

William Seth Shepard

Cynthia Robin Shepard

Warren Burke Shepard (deceased)

Stephanie Shepard Lipson Shepard