Bachelor, Whittier College, 1979.
Assistant to former president Office of Richard Nixon, New York City and San Clemente, California, 1979—1981. Deputy director administrative operations division The White House, Washington, 1981—1982. Executive assistant to assistant secretary economic development United States Department Commerce, 1982—1984, deputy assistant secretary economic development, 1984—1985.
Deputy treasurer United States Department Treasury, 1985—1988. Senior vice president New England Council, Inc., Boston, 1988—1989. Deputy assistant to President The White House, Washington, 1989—1993.
Director public affairs Gold Institute, 1994—1995. Vice president Klein and Saks, Inc., 1995—1996. Executive vice president Gold Institute, Washington, 1995—1999.
President Klein and Saks, Inc., 1996—2002, Gold Institute, Washington, 2000—2002, KSG, LLC, since 2003. Director Tri-Valley Corporation, since 2007. Vice president George Washington Boyhood Home Foundation, 1994-1996.
Executive director Silver Institute, 1996-2003.
Trustee Whittier College, 2000-2005. Member Advisory Council History Preservation, 1989-1993. Chairman board directors International Cyanide Management Institute, since 2002.
Board directors, treasurer United States Landcare Initiative, Inc., 2004-2007. Chairman Reform Institute, 2008-2009. Member of Economic Club New York (president 2004-2007).
Married Marguerite (Cameron). Children: Ellen Ryan, Nancy Cameron, Greer Aidan.