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RONALD ADOLPHE DAVIDSON

Background

DAVIDSON, RONALD ADOLPHE was born on June 18, 1935 in New York, New York, United States of America.

Education

Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City, 1956. School of Foreign Serv, Georgetown University, Washington, District of Columbia, 1957, Bachelor of Science. New York University, 1962, Master of Arts.

Graduate Institute of International Rel, University of Geneva, 6768. Spoken languages: English, French, Spanish.

Career

Evaluation Officer, Telecomm Development Bureau(s), International Telecommunication Union since 1988. Program Officer, Visitor Program Serv, Meridian House, Washington, District of Columbia, 1987. Special Assistant to the Ambassador, International Communications & Information Policy, United States State Department, 1985-1986.

Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau(s) for External Affairs, United States Agency for International Development (United States Agency for International Development), Washington, District of Columbia, 1984-1985. Office(s) Director, International Refugee Affairs & Bureau(s) for Refugee Program, United States State Department, 1979-1984. Program Officer, Office(s) of Legislative Affairs, United States Agency for International Development, 1978-1979.

Acting Director, Deputy Director, UNRWA, Jordan, Gaza, 1975-1978. Director, External Rel, International Set for Volunteer Serv, Geneva, 1971-1975. Program Analyst, United States Agency for International Development African Bureau(s), Special Assistant, United States State Department, 1968-1970.

Field Director, United States Agency for International Development, South-East Asia, 1962-1967.

Membership

Member American Evaluation Association. American Foreign Service Association. Delta Phi Epsilon.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Literature: history, economic development, fiction.