Philip Harold Trezise Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan, 1936; Master of Arts, University of Michigan, 1939; student, National War College, 1949-1950.
Research associate, University of Michigan, 1940-1941;
fellow, Social Science Research Council, 1941-1942;
official, Office Defense Transportation, 1942-1943;
with, Department State, 1946-1971;
advisor United States delegation to, United Nations Commision on Indonesian question, 1948;
consultant report to President on foreign economics policy, United Nations Commision on Indonesian question, 1950;
deputy director, Office Intelligence Research
intelligence activities, Office Intelligence Research, 1952-1955;
member policy planning staff, Office Intelligence Research, 1956-1957;
minister economics affairs, American embassy, Tokyo, 1957-1961;
deputy assistant secretary for economics affairs, Department State, 1961-1965;
United States ambassador to, Organization of European Cooperation and Development, Paris, France, 1966-1969;
assistant secretary state economics affairs, 1969-1971;
member, Washington Policy Council International Management and Development Institute
member, Trilateral Commission, 1976-1983. Senior fellow Brookings Institution, since 1971. Adjunct professor department political science Columbia University, 1978.
Director Bank of Tokyo Trust Company, 1976, Atlantic Council. Member National Commission Supplies and Shortages, 1975-1976.
President Japan-American Society, 1973-1976. Served as lieutenant Office of Strategic Services United States Naval Reserve, 1943-1946. Member Council Foreign Relations, Diplomatic Consular Officers Retired, Phi Beta Kappa.
Married Ruth Elenor Dorsey, November 26, 1938. Children: John Dorsey, David Philip.