FLANDERS, LOWELL L. was born on January 31, 1942 in Solon, Maine, United States of America.
Eastern Nazarene College, United States of America, 1960-1965, Bachelor of Arts. University of California, Los Angeles, 1967-1970, Master of Public Administration. New York University, 1977, Doctoral Studies.
Ohio University, United States of America, 1985, Field Studies Hydrology. Spoken languages: English, Spanish, French.
Senior Economic Affairs Officer, Natural Resources & Energy Division, Department of Technical Cooperation for Development, United Nations since 1991. President, United Nations Staff Union, New York, 1989-1991. Program Management Officer, Department of Technical Cooperation for Development, United Nations, New York, 1981-1989.
President, United Nations Staff Union, New York, 1978-1980. Assistant Resident Representative, United Nations Development Program, Venezuela, 1974-1976. Field Operations Officer, United Nations Disaster Relief Organization, Bangladesh, 1972.
Rch Fellow, UCI_A/ ICAITI, Guatemala, 1968. United States Peace Corps Volunteer, India, 1965-1967.
Member: Aircraft Owners & Pilots Association.
International employee issues, human rights, environment, water resources, development issues. Flying, public speaking, outdoor activities.