Sir Guildhaume Myrddin-Evans Edit Profile
Educated Llandovery; Master of Arts, Christ Church, University of Oxford, 1919.
2 sons. Assistant secretary War Cabinet. Private secretary to comptroller of finance and supply services, 1920-1927, to financial secretary Treasury, 1927-1929. Principal, Ministry of Labor, 1929.
Deputy chief insurance officer, 1935. Principal private secretary to Minister of Labor, 1938, principal assistant, 1940. Head production executive secretariat, 1941.
Adviser United States War Manpower Commission, 1942. Under-secretary Ministry of Labor and National Service, 1942-1945, deputy secretary, 1945-1959. Chief international labor adviser to Her Majesty’s Government, 1955-1959.
British delegate to International Labor Conference, 1939, and 1945-1959, president conference, 1949. British representative on governing body International Labor Office, 1945-1959, chairman, 1945-1947, 56-57. Chairman Local Government Common for Wales, since 1959.
Member British delegation United Nations Conference, San Francisco, 1945, to General Assembly, United Nations, 1946-1952. Director London office of special representatives of International Labor Organization, since 1960. Created Knight Commander St. Michael and St. George, 1947, Companion of Bath, 1945.
Married Elizabeth Watkin, 1919.