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consultant , journalist , publisher

Nicholas Augustine Ulanov, American computer software publisher, consultant, journalist. Rhodes scholar, 1979-1981.


Ulanov, Nicholas Augustine was born on April 27, 1956 in New York City. Son of Claude George and Grace Geraldine (Faulkner) R.


AB magna cum laude, Princeton University, 1979 (class 1978). Postgraduate, Oxford University, 1981.


Press officer Ben Kubasik Inc./MacNeil-Lehrer Report, New York City, 1976. Editor-in-chief Daily Princetonian, 1977. Reporter Cincinnati Enquirer, 1977, Wall St. Journal, New York City, 1979.

Consultant high technical communications United Kingdom and United States, 1980-1982. Chairman, chief executive officer Millennium Group, Incorporated, New York York City, 1982-1985, operated software public, 1982-1985. Consultant McKinsey & Company, Inc., since 1986.

Strategy and computer/communications consultant to various schools and colleges, United States and United Kingdom. Panelist Firing Line television show, 1978-1979.


  • Other Work

    • Contributing author: The Prince Remembers, 1977. Contributor articles to numerous newspapers and magazines.


Member political staff United States Republican Jonathan B. Bingham, New York City, 1969-1970, United States Republican Edward I. Koch, New York City, 1972-1973. Assistant press secretary Ottinger for United States Senate, New York State, 1970, McGovern for President, New York State, 1972. Member Trinity School Alumni Society (executive committee since 1982), Princeton Alumni Schools (committee 1982, vice chairman 1983-1986), Oxford University Alumni Association (executive committee/campaigner since 1989), Princeton Club, Phi Beta Kappa.


Married Antigone Andrea Peterson, August 3, 1940. Children: Christopher, Geoffrey.

Claude George R.

Grace Geraldine (Faulkner) R.

Antigone Andrea Peterson

Christopher Ulanov

Geoffrey Ulanov