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Parker Laurence Payson

journalist

Parker Laurence Payson, American journalist. Recipient Queen Noor fellowship Jordarlar Government award Duke University, Amman, Jordan, 1986. Volunteer Washington Literacy Council, since 1989, George Bush Inaugural Committee, Washington, 1989. Member Royal British Scientific and Exploration Society, Cato Institute, Phi Gamma Delta (historian 1984-1985).

Background

Payson, Parker Laurence was born on July 21, 1965 in New York City. Son of Phillips Howes Payson and Sheila Whitney (Bullock) Tucker.

Education

Bachelor, University of the South, Sewayee, Tennessee. Master of Business Administration, University Chicago.

Career

Sports editor Cables News Network, Atlanta, 1984. Assistant English editor The Jordan Times, Amman, 1986. Fundraiser St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Arlington, Virginia, 1988.

Reporter The Times of the Americas, Washington, 1988. Venturer Operation Raleigh, Nairobi, Kenya, 1988. News editor The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, Washington, since 1989.

Works

book Stealth Pacs: How Israel's American Lobby Seeks to Control U.S. Middle East Policy book Stealth Pacs: How Israel's American Lobby Seeks to Control U.S. Middle East Policy 2nd edition by Curtiss, Richard H., Payson, Parker L., Killgore, Andrew I. (1990) Paperback

Membership

Volunteer Washington Literacy Council, since 1989, George Bush Inaugural Committee, Washington, 1989. Member Royal British Scientific and Exploration Society, Cato Institute, Phi Gamma Delta (historian 1984-1985).