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environmentalist , researcher , writer

Matthew Judd McGuire, American environmentalist, writer, researcher.

Background

McGuire, Matthew Judd was born on October 26, 1964 in Waterbury, Connecticut, United States. Son of Raymond George Junior and Genevieve (Smith) McGuire.

Education

Bachelor, Catholic University America, 1987. Master of Arts, University London, 1990.

Career

General staff Hopkins and Sutter, Attorneys at Law, Washington, 1987—1988. Adjunct instructor Middlesex Community College, Middletown, Connecticut, 1991—1992. General staff reference division Congressional Research Service Library.

Congress, Washington, 1995—1996. Adjustment lecturer Teikyo Post University, Waterbury, Connecticut, 1997-1998, TransWe. Corporation, 1999-2001, Pitney-Bowes Management Services, 2001-2002.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Role of Women in the Novels of Charles Dickins, 1995.

Membership

Benefactor Columbus School Law Catholic University American, Washington. Member Pope John Paul II Cultural Center, member Review Doctor J. McGirney Guild. Member National Museum American Indian, Catholic University American Alumni Association, University London Association, Young Democrats American (life), Cheshire Land Trust Inc.

(life), Coastal Activists League (life), National Trust for History Preservation, Wilderness Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: reading, travel, martial arts, golf.

Connections

father:
Raymond George McGuire Junior

mother:
Genevieve (Smith) McGuire