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Malcolm Read Lovell, American Public policy institute executive, educator, former government official, former trade association executive. Senior fellow Hudson Institute, 1985-1988, Aspin Institute, since 1999.

Background

Lovell,, Malcolm Read was born on January 1, 1921 in Greenwich, Connecticut, United States. Son of Malcolm Read and Emily (Monihan) Lovell.

Education

Student, Brown University, 1942. I.A., Harvard University, 1943. Master of Business Administration, Harvard, 1946.

Career

With Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan, 1946-1958. Manager employee services American Motors Corporation, Detroit, 1958-1961. Chairman State Labor Mediation Board, 1963.

Director Michigan Office Economic Opportunity, 1964, Michigan Employment Security Commission, Detroit, 1965-1969. Executive associate Manpower, Urban Coalition, 1969. Deputy assistant secretary of labor and manpower administrator, 1969-1970.

Assistant secretary of labor for manpower, 1970-1973. President Rubber Manufacturers Association, 1973-1981. Assistant director Office Policy Coordination and Economic Affairs, Office President-Elect, 1980.

Undersecretary Department Labor, Washington, 1981-1983. Visiting scholar Brookings Institution, 1983-1985. Distinguished visiting professor government and director Labor Management Institute, George Washington University, 1985-1992, 99—.

President National Policy Association, 1992-1999. Senior fellow Hudson Institute, 1985-1988. Executive Executive Coaching Network, since 1999.

Executive in residence George Washington University School Business and Public Management, since 1999. Member National Advisory Council on Vocational Education, 1975-1979, National Commission for Manpower Policy, 1977-1979. Chairman secretary labor Task Force on Economic Adjustment and Worker Dislocation, 1985-1986.

Mediator Collective Bargaining Forum, 1983-2000. Adjunct professor School Business, George Washington University.

Membership

President National Policy Association, 1992-1999. Vice president Birmingham (Michigan) School Board, 1956-1960. Board directors National Alliance Business, since 1984.

Board directors Travelers Aid of Washington, since 1983, president, 1985-1986. Lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946. Member City Tavern Club (Washington), Clean Plate (Washington), Cosmos Club (Washington), Alpha Delta Phi.

Connections

Married Celia Coghlan, 1978. Children by previous marriage: Lucie, Sara. Annette, Caroline.

father:
Malcolm Read Lovell,

mother:
Emily (Monihan) Lovell,

spouse:
Celia Coghlan