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Federal agency administrator

Lori Ann Forman, American Foundation adminstrator. Harry S. Truman scholar Truman Foundation, 1979; ITT International fellow Institute International Education, 1980; named one of Ten Outstanding Young People Osaka Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1992.

Background

Forman, Lori Ann was born on December 4, 1958 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States. Daughter of Richard William and Duaine Berenice (Erickson) Forman.

Education

Bachelor, Augustana College, 1979. Master in Public Policy, Harvard University, 1981.

Career

Consultant, OILDECO, Sandvika, Norway, 1980;senior political analyst, Decision Making Information, Washington, 1981-1983;special assistant, United States Agency International Development, Washington, 1983-1987;senior advisor, United States Agency International Development, Washington, 1987-1989;program officer, United States Agency International Development, Washington, 1989-1990;executive vice president, Pacific Management Resources Inc., Honolulu, 1990;director Japan program, Nature Conservancy, Arlington, Virginia, since 1990. Lecturer in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Reviewer. (book) Japan's Foreign Aid, 1990. Contributing reviewer (book) Yen for Development, 1990.

Membership

Volunteer Presdls. Youth for Ford, Kansas City, Missouri, 1976, Saiki for Senate, Honolulu, 1992. Vice chairman Community Development Citizens Advisory Committee, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 1978-1979. Member internal audit committee Georgetown Lutheran Church, Washington, 1995.

Member Society International Development, Japan-American Society, Washington Area Bicycle Association, Asia Society, Sushi Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, cycling, scuba diving, sewing, traveling.

Connections

father:
Richard William Forman

mother:
Duaine Berenice (Erickson) Forman