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Nancy Kassebaum Baker Edit Profile

also known as Nancy Kassebaum

foundation official , senator

Nancy Kassebaum Baker, American former senator, foundation official. Member Kansas Press Women's Association, Women's Association Institutional Logopedics.

Background

Baker, Nancy Kassebaum was born on July 29, 1932 in Topeka. Daughter of Alfred M. and Theo Landon.

Education

Bachelor in Political Science, University Kansas, 1954. Master of Arts in Diplomatic History, University Michigan, 1956.

Career

Member Maize (Kansas) School Board, 1972-1975. Member Washington staff Sen. James B. Pearson of Kansas, 1975-1976.

Member United States Senate from Kansas, 1979-1996, member foreign relations committee, labor and human resources committee, Indian Affairs committee. Member committee foreign relations, subcommittee African affairs, 1980-1996. Member subcommittee arts, education Arts & Humanities.

Member committee banking, housing & urban affairs, subcommittee international finance & monetary policy. Former chairman board trustees Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Former co-chair The Presidential Appointee Initiative Advisory Board, Brookings Institute, Washington.

Commissioner Commission for Africa, England, since 2004.

Membership

Member Kansas Press Women's Association, Women's Association Institutional Logopedics.

Connections

Children: John Philip, Linda Josephine, Richard Landon, William Alfred. Married Howard Baker, 1996.

father:
Alfred M.

mother:
Theo Landon

spouse:
Howard Baker

children:
William Alfred Baker

John Philip Baker

Richard Landon Baker

Linda Josephine Baker