Melbourne Louis Spector Edit Profile
Bachelor with honors, University New Mexico, 1941.
Intern United States Bureau Indian Affairs, 1941, National Institute Public Affairs, 1941. Personnel assistant Office Emergency Management, 1941-1942. Chief classification division War Relocation Authority, 1942-1943, Headquarters United States Army Air Force, 1943-1945.
Employment officer United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, 1945-1946. Private employment, 1946-1947. Personnel officer United States Department State, 1947-1949.
Detail Economic Cooperative Administration, 1948. Deputy director personnel Economic Cooperative Administration, Marshall Plan, Paris, 1949-1951. Deputy director, acting director personnel Economic Cooperative Administration, Mutual Security Administration, Foreign Operations Administration, 1951-1954.
Assistant, deputy director Mission to Mexico, International Cooperation Administration, 1954-1957, acting director, 1957-1959. Chief C. American, Mexico and Caribbean division International Cooperation Administration, 1959-1961. Director Office Personnel Management, Agency for International Development, 1961-1962.
Executive director Bureau Inter-American Affairs, United States Department State, 1962-1964. Counselor for administrative affairs United States Embassy, New Delhi, 1964-1966. Seminarian Senior Seminar Foreign Policy, Department State, 1966-1967.
Executive director United States-Mexico Commission for Border Development and Friendship, 1967-1969, American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, 1969-1971. Member management, policy and coordination staffs United States Department State, 1971-1973. Member Foreign Service Grievance Board, 1976-1977.
Advisor Peace Corps Director, 1979-1980. Executive director American Consortium for International Public Administration, 1980-1984, 93-94, director Marshall Plan Oral History Project, 1987-1997.
Member Cosmos Club, American Society Public Administration, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi.
Married Louise Vincent, November 23, 1948 (deceased 2004). 1 son, Stephen David.